Historic rout for LR in the presidential election

Pécresse result: historic rout for LR in the presidential election

PECRESS. Valérie Pécresse would not have been President, she would have won less than 5% of the vote. A result in the first round of the 2022 presidential election, which did not allow this election to go to the 2nd round and plunged his political family into a new crisis.

04/10/22 – 23:42 – Final results of the 1st round of the presidential election

END OF LIFE. Here are the latest Elabe predictions for BFMTV, L’Express and SFR for the first round of the presidential election at 11:30 PM:

  • Emmanuel Macron: 28.2%
  • Deniz Le Pen: 22.9%
  • Jean-Luc Melenchon: 21.7%
  • Eric Zemmour: 7.3%
  • Valerie Pecresse: 4.9%
  • Yannick Jadot: 4.5%
  • John Lassalle: 2.8%
  • Fabien Roussel: 2.5%
  • Nicolas Dupont-Aignan: 2.1%
  • Anne Hidalgo: 1.8%
  • Philippe Poutou: 0.7%
  • Nathalie Arthaud: 0.6%

04/10/22 – 22:58 – “a prison for the right” according to Luc Ferry

About the LCI, Luc Ferry makes a bitter observation: “This is a prison for the right like never before during the Fifth Republic”.

04/10/22 – 22:42 – Final results of the 1st round of the presidential election

Partial results by Ipsos & Sopra Steria for France Télévisions, Radio France, France24/RFI/MCD Public Sénat/LCP Assemblée Nationale and Le Parisien-Aujourd’hui en France – 22:30

  • Emmanuel Macron: 27.6%
  • Marine Le Pen: 23%
  • Jean-Luc Melenchon: 22.2%
  • Eric Zemmour: 7.2%
  • Valerie Pécresse: 4.8%
  • Yannick Jadot: 4.7%
  • John Lassalle: 3.1%
  • Fabien Roussel: 2.3%
  • Dupont-Aignan: 2.1%
  • Anne Hidalgo: 1.7%
  • Philippe Poutou: 0.7%
  • Nathalie Artaud: 0.6%

04/10/22 – 22:17 – Final results of the 1st round of the presidential election

Here are the latest Elabe predictions for the 1st round of the presidential election for BFMTV, l’Express/SFR at 22:04:

  • Emmanuel Macron: 28.2%
  • Deniz Le Pen: 23.4%
  • Jean-Luc Melenchon: 21.2%
  • Eric Zemmour: 7.3%
  • Valerie Pecresse: 4.9%
  • Yannick Jadot: 4.5%
  • John Lassalle: 2.8%
  • Fabien Roussel: 2.5%
  • Nicolas Dupont-Aignan: 2.1%
  • Anne Hidalgo: 1.8%
  • Philippe Poutou: 0.7%
  • Nathalie Arthaud: 0.6%

04/10/22 – 21:26 – “PS is dead” according to Luc Ferry

Luc Ferry spoke on TF1 about PS’ poor results in this first round of the presidential election: “PS is dead. Social democracy has exploded between Jean-Luc Mélenchon and Emmanuel Macron, and that’s not good news. Even if Marine Le Pen doesn’t win, it will be 47 percent or 48 percent.”

04/10/22 – 21:23 – Copé: “I call for a big vote for Macron”

Jean-François Copé: “I hope we will avoid the explosion, but we are faced with a clear choice: counting all the excesses, we are not far from 46%: I am determined against the far right and calls for mass voting. But Macron must understand that the war is not won: we expect it, like security or the overhaul of the State. if he does not carry out all reforms very quickly, he will lose us: form of government: not 5 years of unified government: we need a new unified government pact: the right to republic is the key element of the country” “the results in security and immigration are not good, otherwise this would not have happened”.

04/10/22 – 21:13 – Damien Abad calls for vote for Macron

LR President in the National Assembly, Damien Abad, has called for a vote for Emmanuel Macron for the second round of the presidential election.

04/10/22 – 20:31 – “I have the ambition of a united and proud France”

Valérie Pécresse spoke after the first results of the 2022 presidential election: “I had the ambition of a united and proud France. (…) I had to fight on two fronts: the outgoing president and the extremists. Despite the passion that drove me and the quality of our project (…) I was unable to free myself from this flaw. (…) In this defeat I take full responsibility for my part.”

04/10/22 – 20:27 – No voting instructions from Pécresse and Ciotti

After a great silence during the announcement of the results, candidate Valérie Pécresse announced that she would not order to vote for the second round of the presidential election. A paper with the participation of Eric Ciotti.

04/10/22 – 20:24 – New question for Valérie Pécresse: repayment of the campaign

Another question arises among his activists if candidate Valérie Pécresse already knows that she will not run in the second round of the presidential election. Will the LR party be able to recover its campaign expenses? Only a few votes seem to be missing to achieve this target, which is currently given at 4.6% of the vote.

04/10/22 – 20:24 – Eric Ciotti does not give instructions

Eric Ciotti has stated that he will not call for a vote for Emmanuel Macron in the second round of the presidential election. “I will not give a vote, the French are free. Personally, I would not vote for Emmanuel Macron. I do not recognize myself in his politics, in his record.”

04/10/22 – 20:21 – “Historical defeat” for Ciotti

In TF1, Eric Ciotti talked about a historic defeat for Les Républicains. “A historic defeat for the Republican right. We will draw conclusions, we must draw conclusions.”

04/10/22 – 20:18 – “A cold shower for Valérie Pécresse”

While no polls have given her a first-round winner, Valérie Pécresse’s result will disappoint most of her voters. Journalist Alexis Cuvillier at BFM TV also states: “The polls didn’t imagine it would get such a low result.”

04/10/22 – 20:17 – Full results of the first round of the presidential election

Results of the first round of the presidential election (Ifop Fiducial estimates for TF1 / LCI):

  • Emmanuel Macron: 28.1%
  • Marine Le Pen: 23.3%
  • Jean-Luc Melenchon: 21.0%
  • Eric Zemmour: 7.2%
  • Valerie Pecresse: 5%
  • Yannick Jadot: 4.4%
  • John Lassalle: 3.3%
  • Fabien Roussel: 2.7%
  • Nicolas Dupont-Aignan: 2.3%
  • Anne Hidalgo: 2.1%
  • Nathalie Arthaud: 0.8%
  • Philippe Poutou: 0.7%

04/10/22 – 20:00 – Valérie Pécresse closes at 4.7%

By one estimate, Valérie Pécresse is finishing this first round of the 2022 presidential election with 4.7%, according to the Ifop Fiducial forecast for TF1 and LCI. Candidate LR will not be in the runoff in two weeks, as expected. Far behind the leading trio Macron-Le Pen-Mélenchon, he finished neck and neck with Eric Zemmour.

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