Rachida Dati, here at a campaign meeting on February 25, is fighting a tight duel with Anne Hidalgo in the voting intentions. - SIPA

And Rachida Dati takes the lead! The candidate Les Républicains leads the voting intentions in the first round of municipal elections in Paris (25%), followed by outgoing mayor Anne Hidalgo (24%) and former LREM Minister of Health Agnès Buzyn (20% ), according to an Ifop-Fiducial poll published on Sunday. In this study for the Journal du dimanche and Sud Radio, the EELV candidate David Belliard is credited with 11%, the dissident walker Cédric Villani by 8% and the rebellious Danielle Simonnet by 5%.

In the previous Ifop-Fiducial survey for Le JDD and Sud Radio published on February 23, Anne Hidalgo came out on top with 24% followed by Rachida Dati (22%) and Agnès Buzyn (19%). David Belliard was at 12%, Cédric Villani at 9% and Danielle Simonnet at 6%. In the last survey, 73% of those polled said they were sure of their choice compared to only 68% in the previous one.

For the second round, assuming a quadrangular, a union list between Anne Hidalgo and environmentalist David Belliard would come out on top with 37% of the vote, ahead of the Dati list (32%), the Buzyn list ( 22%) and the Villani list (9%). In the case of a triangular, the Hidalgo-Belliard list would increase its lead with 39% of the votes ahead of the Dati list (33%) while a Buzyn-Villani union list would collect (28%).

Survey carried out online from February 25 to 28 among 946 people registered on the electoral lists, according to the quota method. Margin of error from 1.4 to 3.1 points.


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  • Cedric Villani
  • municipal
  • Agnes Buzyn
  • Paris
  • Anne Hidalgo
  • Survey
  • Rachida Dati