Abstention from voting for the second round of the presidential election in France is estimated at 28%, according to polling institutes. Turnout would be 63.23%, i.e. 2 points more than in 2017.
The level of abstention for the second round of the presidential election in France, which opposes the centrist Emmanuel Macon to the representative of the far right, Marine Le Pen, should reach 28% or 2.5 points more than during the previous one. poll of 2017 which had amounted to 25.44% and had opposed the same candidates.
These figures were stopped at 5:00 p.m. (local time), according to estimates from four polling institutes, namely Ipsos Sopra-Steria, Ifop, Harris interactive and Elabe. Compared to the first round, the figures would be up by 1.7 points (26.31%).
The participation for its part amounts to 63.23% in mainland France, according to figures from 5:00 p.m. (HL). Down by more than two points compared to 2017 (65.30%). This figure also marks a decline of almost two points compared to the first round of voting (65.00%) on 10 April.
But nothing is decided yet, since these figures are not final and the participation of French people living abroad will also be decisive.