The majority of French people (67%) consider that Emmanuel Macron “has no project or global vision for the country”, ie 3 points more than in May, according to a poll by the “Elabe” institute, published on Wednesday.
A very large majority of those questioned also believe that the French president “missed” the 100 days decreed in mid-April “to allow the country to return to calm” after the very controversial pension reform, in terms of action (80%) and especially that of appeasement (87%), according to the same survey.
Also, nearly one in two French people (46%) expect “nothing” from the expected speech of the president in the coming days.
It also emerges from the survey that more than half of the French believe that Elisabeth Borne, maintained Monday at Matignon by Macron, is a “bad” prime minister.
For 55% of respondents, the French president was “wrong” to keep her in office, against 44% who believe he was “right”. “77% of those questioned consider that it + applies + the decisions of the President of the Republic”, according to the pollster.
Conducted from July 18 to 19, this survey was conducted among a sample of 1,000 people representative of residents of metropolitan France aged 18 and over.