With nearly 2,500 votes cast apart, Jean-Luc Melenchon (30.24%) surprised and led very little in Ile-de-France, neck and neck with Emmanuel Macron (30.19%). But the LFI leader will not go to the second round which will see Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen compete.
Outgoing President Emmanuel Macron (LREM) and far-right candidate Marine Le Pen (RN) will face each other in the second round of the presidential election, with 27.6% and 23.41% respectively at the end of the first round.
Following is Jean-Luc Melenchon III (LFI, 20.1%), Eric Zemmour (Reconquest, 7.2%), Valérie Pecres (LR, 5%), Yannick Gadot (EELV, 4.4%), Fabien Roussel (PCF, 2.7%), Jean LaSalle. (Resistance, 3.3%), Anne Hidalgo (PS, 2.1%), Nicolas Dupont-Aignan (Debout la France, 2.3%), Nathalie Arthaud (LO, 0.8%) and Philippe Bouteau (NPA, 0.7%).
With about 2500 votes apart, Jean-Luc Melenchon (30.24%) Creates surprise and reaches very slightly in the foreground in the area, neck and neck with Emmanuel Macron (30.19%)who won in Paris (35.33%), winning 13 out of 20 circuits. Marine Le Pen It comes in third place 12.96% sound, which is slightly above its score of 201.
Regional President Valerie Pecresse (LR) received 6.2% of the vote. Anne Hidalgo, (Bryce) collapses with 1.4% of the vote.
With the exception of the provinces of Yvelines, Hautes de Seine and Paris won by Emmanuel Macron, the rebel leader took first place in the other five provinces of the Paris region.
In Paris, Emmanuel Macron came first (35.33%) and won 13 districts including the historically beautiful neighborhoods on the right.
In former right-wing strongholds, Eric Zemmour (8.16%) came second in the 7th, 8th, and 16th districts, reaching even 17.48%. A far-right candidate has never reached this conclusion in the capital.
mayor of paris, Ann Hidalgo It comes in seventh in the capital with 2.17%, a score just above the national level.
As in 2017, Jean-Luc Melenchon (30.09%) won the 19th and 20th sessions, but also five new territories.
In the popular regions of the province, such as Trappes or Mantes-la-Jolie, Mélenchon largely predominates and iIt ranks first in working class departments such as Seine-Saint-Denis, by 49.09%, with great results in Bobigny (60.14%) or Saint-Denis (61.13%).
In Seine-et-Marne, the most rural province of Ile-de-France, Melenchon also took first place with 25.86%, just ahead of Emmanuel Macron (25%) and Marine Le Pen (23.57%).
In strongholds of the right such as Versailles (33.05%), Maison Lafitte (42.19%) in Yvelines, Boulogne-Billancourt (45.62%) and Marne-la-Coquet (45.98%) in Hauts-de-Seine, Emmanuel Macron Comes first, far ahead of Valerie Pecres.
Territory President and House candidate Valerie Pecresse is at 6.20%. In its division in Evelyn, it hardly exceeds 8%, while in its strongholds in Velizy-Villacoplay and Versailles, it hardly reaches 11% and 14%.
Socialist candidate and Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo, who scored the worst result in the history of her party, first reacted on Sunday evening, called for Emmanuel Macron to vote in the second round.Against the far right of Marine Le Pen“.
For her part, the candidate for the Chamber of Deputies and the president of the Ile-de-France region, Valerie Pecres, announced that she would vote “in the conscienceEmmanuel Macron.
The abstention rate is 24% for this first ballot. This is four points more than in 2017. And in the capital, it is 21.7%.