July 24, 2021

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Regional elections in France record voting record

Today marks the first round of French regional and sectoral elections, with unprecedented turnout in these elections, which exceeded 65 percent, according to opinion polls.

On a day of dire consequences for the ruling La Replica en Marcha (LREM) party, which did not vote in any of the 13 regions, the French Public Opinion Agency (IFOP) estimates the absence of 67.8 per cent of the 48 million voters, Ipsos / Chopra Steria set it to 66.

The Socialist Party (PS), along with the traditional right represented by the Los Republican Party (LR) and their allies, and other left forces, dominated by a large number of votes, following the worst results in the 2019 European elections and last year’s municipal elections, the next round, and the next. Sunday, whatever you decide.

For its part, the radical right with the National Group (AN) party turned out worse than its followers expected, with only good results in the first round in the Provence-Alps-Cte d’Azur and the Center-Lower Valley.

According to estimates, the LR was the most-voted force in France this Sunday, with 27.2 percent, AN (19.3), BS (17.6), ELV (12, 5), and LREM (11.2). ) And the environment of La Francia and greens Insumisa (4.2).

In the most populous regions, the current president of Ile-de-France, Valerie Begres (right), easily dominates; Laurent Wagwis (right) in the Auvergne-Rh -ne-Alps; Xavier Bertrand (LR) in Upper France and Alain Rosette (PS) in New Aqueduct.

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