Keyword: opinion poll
The popularity of French President Emmanuel Macron, whose first months in power were marked by glowing media coverage of his appearances on the world stage, has tumbled by ten percent in latest opinion poll ratings in France as he prepares to enact sweeping national budget cuts and structural reforms.
An opinion survey following Thursday's live TV debate between the seven rivals to become France's conservative opposition party's candidate in next year's presidential elections gave former prime minister Alain Juppé a significant lead over second-placed Nicolas Sarkozy.
Opinion survey finds Front National party will win Nord-Pas-de-Calais in north-east France from the socialists in year-end regional elections.
The survey followed PM Cameron's talk of a 'swarm' of migrants while his FM warned of 'marauding' migrants threatening living standards.
Approval ratings for the French president slipped to 24%, and 46% for his prime minister, denting their sharp rise after the Paris terror attacks.
The poll, published Sunday, also found half of those questioned were for limits on free opions expressed online and on social media.
The poll shows most find the disgraced former IMF chief more competent than both François Hollande and his predecessor Nicolas Sarkozy.
Latest opinion survey shows deep discontent from supporters of all political camps, with a majority in favour of policy change or cabinet reshuffle.
An opinion poll for French daily Le Figaro found a majority of respondents believed Islam had too great an influence in France.