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Author Topic: France: Right holds absolute Majority in Parliamentary Election: 53,5% - 46,5%  (Read 4115 times)
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« on: May 29, 2012, 11:21:50 AM »



The parties of the Right side of France's political spectrum hold an Absolute Majority of intentions of Vote for the Parliamentary Elections of June 2012, reaching a Total of about 53,5% compared with 46,5% for the "Left".

According to the latest Poll, made just after the recent Brussels' EU Summit, on 25 and 25 May 2012, by IPSOS -LBC for Radio France - France TV - Le Monde, the UMP Party, originally founded by Sarkozy, jumps up to 35 %, i.e. + 4% more than Hollande's "Socialist" party, which lags behind with only 31 %.

=> UMP's 35%, together with Far Right's (FN) 15%, Center's 2% and Various Right 1,56 reaches an absoluie Majority of 53,5 %.

PS' 31%, together with Left Front's 8%, Greens' 6%  and Extreme Left's 1,5% stays down to only a Minority of 46,5%
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