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What will the turnout be at 5 pm? Follow the continuation of the second round of the presidential elections and the announcement of the first results, starting at eight in the evening in our new live broadcast.

Blowout to participate in the second round at 5 pm?

While 65% of voters voted at 5 p.m. for the first round of the presidential election, will turnout on Sunday be higher at the same time? Historically, this has not been the case, according to Thomas Sully, vice president of political division at BFMTV.

“There were very few second-round blowouts overall under the Fifth Republic between the first and second, except for one specific year, in 2002, when there was a real resurgence of mobilization,” explains Thomas Solid.

In 2002, the second round of presidential elections was opposed by Jacques Chirac and Jean-Marie Le Pen.

What will the turnout be at 5 pm?

Electoral participation remains one of the challenges of the second round of presidential elections. While turnout was 26.41% at 12pm this Sunday, up slightly from the first round, a new estimate is expected at 5pm. Will it be up or down this time? Reply within an hour.

In 2017, 65.30% of voters had voted by 5 p.m.

Will school holidays have an impact on the ballot paper?

This second round of the presidential election is taking place on a “special” Sunday, explains Thomas Sully, BFMTV’s vice president of political division, given that the three school districts are on vacation:

“For the first time in a long time, we have three school districts on vacation, and we will see if there are consequences for abstaining. There were a lot of agents, close to 2 million, which is a very significant number. We made this wish on the French anticipate the fact that they They were on school holidays, and this noon result is one of the weakest in 20 years.

Emmanuel Macron voted at Le Touquet for the second round

On Sunday, around 1:10 pm, Emmanuel Macron voted in Le Touquet (Pas de Calais) for the second round of the presidential election.

Eric Zemmour’s voice in Paris in the 8th arrondissement

Eric Zemmour voted in the second round of the presidential election in Paris in the 8th arrondissement.

Sections that voted with the most votes at least at 12 noon in the second round

This Sunday, at 12 noon, voters in Al Jorah (34.46%), Al Jorah (34.38%) and Al Ain (33.92%) voted the most.

As for the departments with the lowest participation rate, Seine-Saint-Senis (15.37%), Paris (20.71%) and Val d’Oise (21.18%).

Turnout in the second round of the presidential election on Sunday at 12 noon, was 26.41% across France.

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Turnout was 26.41% at 12 noon, in the second round, slightly up from the first

The Ministry of Interior announced that the turnout in the second round of the presidential elections, Sunday at 12 noon, is 26.41%. Which is one point higher than the first round, which was 25.48%.

It is sharply lower compared to 2017. In that time, 28.23% of voters went to the polls.

Marine Le Pen voted for the second round of Henin Beaumont

Marine Le Pen voted on Sunday morning at approximately 11:10 a.m. for the second round of the presidential election in Henin Beaumont (Pas de Calais).

Jan Castex voted for the second round in Prades

Jan Castex voted on Sunday morning at approximately 10:50 a.m. for the second round of the presidential election in Prades (Pyrenees Orientales).

Jean-Luc Melenchon voted for the second round in Marseille

Jean-Luc Melenchon voted on Sunday morning at about 10:30 for the second round of the presidential election in Marseille.

#RadioLondres, Belgian polls… why you should be wary of early results

On the day of every election, noises from the corridors appear on social networks. In this article, BFMTV.com explains why it’s a good idea to be very careful with all fake polls that will pop up before 8pm.

The French in Shanghai, besieged, pass their turn again

The French in China began voting on Sunday in the second round of the presidential election, but those in Shanghai are once again being denied the vote due to the quarantine in the Chinese economic capital.

In sunny weather, although a little polluted, dozens of Frenchmen from Beijing came to the embassy in the morning to perform their civic duty. But in Shanghai, French expats are still confined to their homes, like most of the 25 million metropolitan residents since the beginning of the month and with no prospect of spoilage.

About 4,800 people were registered in the electoral rolls of the French Consulate in Shanghai.

Voted by Valerie Pecres at Velizy-Villacoplay

On Sunday morning, Valerie Pecres voted in the second round of the presidential election in Velizy Velakublai (Evelyn).

Anne Hidalgo voted in the 15th arrondissement of Paris

On Sunday morning, Anne Hidalgo voted for the second round of the presidential elections in the 15th arrondissement of Paris. She is the first failed candidate in the first round to go to the polls.

Do we have to take all the ballot papers before going to the voting booth?

The French have until 7 p.m. — or 8 p.m. in some big cities — this Sunday to go to the polls. At the polling stations, they will have to choose between two cards: the Marine Le Pen card and Emmanuel Macron. Do we have to take both papers before entering the polling room? The answer is in this article.

What is forbidden and what is declared in the polling station

Take a selfie at the voting booth, bring your dog, take just one ballot… Between misconceptions or true rules, BFMTV.com weighs in on the instructions to follow when voting in this article.

Edouard Philippe voted in Le Havre

Edouard Philippe, mayor of Le Havre, voted Sunday morning at 8:15 a.m. at a polling station in his city.

6, 7 or 8 p.m.: When do the presidential polls close?

Since 2016, most polling stations close at 7 p.m. and never return at 6 p.m. during the presidential election. But there are many exceptions.

Eight in the morning, polling stations open for the second round

Eight in the morning, polling opened in the second round of the presidential election. Some 48.7 million voters were invited to choose between Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen.

Polling stations remain open until 7:00 p.m., 8:00 p.m. in major cities. The Ministry of Interior will present at noon the first figures related to the participation rate, which is feared to decrease.

In Guyana, turnout at 5:00 pm for the second round was 37.55%

In Guyana, turnout in the second round of the presidential election at 5:00 p.m. was 37.55%, by province. It was 41.19% in 2017 at the same time.

In Guadeloupe, turnout at 5:00 pm for the second round was 38.85%

In Guadeloupe, turnout in the second round of the presidential election at 5:00 p.m. was 38.85%, by province. It was 39.99% in 2017 at the same time.

In Martinique, turnout at 5:00 pm for the second round was 42.36%

In Martinique, the turnout at 5:00 p.m. for the second round of the presidential election was 42.36%, by province. It was 41.02% in 2017 at the same time.

ID card, passport…? What you need to vote

If you cannot find your ID, it is still possible to vote without it. In municipalities with a population of less than 1,000, participation in the ballot is not considered mandatory. In others, you can use other identifiers. Passport, bio card, fishing license … We list the accepted official documents in this article.

How do you know your polling place

It could be your city hall, or a school near you, or a gymnasium… If you have any doubts about the location of the polling station, there are two options:

Will the abstention rate be as high as it was in the first round?

This is one of the biggest unknowns about this second round: what is the level of participation? In the first round, after an election campaign plagued by Covid-19 and the war in Ukraine, the abstention rate was 26.31% – an unprecedented level for the first round of a presidential election since the 2002 election.

D-Day for the second round, polls open at 8 am in mainland France

Victory Day duel between Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen. Hello everyone and welcome to this live broadcast dedicated to the second round of the 2022 presidential election. If polling has already been organized this Saturday abroad, polling stations open on Sunday mornings at 8 am everywhere in France, closing at 7 or 8 Evening, according to the municipality.

To learn all about the practical aspects of polling, you can refer to the frequently asked questions.

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