Nearly three out of four French people are unhappy with Emmanuel Macron, whose unpopularity has broken records since the yellow vests crisis in 2018? This is what emerges from a survey by the Ifop institute for the Journal du Dimanche.
According to this monthly barometer, only 26% of those polled say they are satisfied with the Head of State, a drop of two points compared to March. In total, Mr. Macron loses 15 points compared to April 2022, the date of his re-election.
Of the 72% of French people who say they are dissatisfied with the President of the Republic, 47% are “very dissatisfied”, an increase of seven points reflecting an increase in anger, particularly after the promulgation of the law on the very controversial pension reform, April 15.
The curve of its prime minister, Elisabeth Borne, suffers a parallel fate: only 27% of respondents are satisfied with its action, a drop of two points. This is a record low water level for the head of government.
Conducted from April 14 to 21, this survey was conducted among a sample of 1,955 people representative of the French population aged 18 and over, according to the quota method, with a margin of error between 1 and 2, 3 points.