The popularity of Macron and Philippe stable during the summer
With respectively 34% and 38% favorable opinions, Emmanuel Macron and Edouard Philippe maintain a level of popularity comparable to that of last summer, in the middle of the Benalla affair. & Nbsp;
With respectively 34% and 38% of favorable opinions, Emmanuel Macron and Edouard Philippe maintain a level of popularity comparable to that of last summer, in full Benalla case.
The popularity of Emmanuel Macron (34%) and Edouard Philippe (38%) is stable over a month, according to a BVA poll released Friday. The Head of State is exactly at the same level as at the end of July, with 66% (=) of respondents who have a bad opinion of him.
The Prime Minister loses 1 point of good opinion and 62% (+2) of French respondents have a negative opinion of him, according to this survey for Orange, RTL and La Tribune . Critical judgments against them progress however against supporters of the left, including the Socialist Party, whether Emmanuel Macron (-11 points of good opinion among relatives of the PS) or Edouard Philippe (- 16).
Nicolas Hulot, still acclaimed
The popularity of the executive couple returns to its August 2018 level, but the trend was then sharply down in full Benalla case. While 40% of French respondents say they are opposed to the action of the head of state and government and 16% say support, 44% expect to see what the results before pronouncing.
Nicolas Hulot (40%, -4) remains at the top of personalities whose French want them to have more influence, ahead of Nicolas Sarkozy (27%, -1) and Marine Le Pen (27%, +1). Xavier Bertrand loses 5 points to 25%. Survey conducted online from August 21 to August 22 with 966 people aged 18 and over, according to the quota method. Margin of error from 1.4 to 3.1 points.