POLITICS – Five more years. This Sunday April 24 at the end of the second round of thepresidential election 2022, the French elected Emmanuel Macron with 58.54% of the vote, according to final figures from the Ministry of the Interior. Marine Le Pen therefore obtains 41.46% of the vote. Abstention climbed to 28.01%, its highest since 1969.
Find in the map below the results of the second round of the presidential election in each of the 35,000 municipalities of France. This card is colored according to the candidate who came out on top. Type the name of your city in the search bar to display it. The abstention rate as well as blank and invalid votes (not counted in the candidate’s score) are also notified. This map is updated in real time.
As at first roundthe Ministry of the Interior updated the votes obtained by Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen in each municipality, minute by minute, from 8 p.m. this Sunday, April 24.
The two maps below, also updated in real time, allow you to see at a glance the geographical distribution of the vote for Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen:
Blank vote and abstention by municipality
The next two cards are colored this time according to the abstention rate for the first and the white vote rate for the second. The redder the municipality, the higher the percentage. As with the previous maps, you can search for the detailed result of the second round of the presidential election in your city by clicking on “your town”.
The results of the second round in 2017 by municipality
You wonder how the vote has evolved in your city compared to2017 presidential election? To find out for sure, check the score of Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen 5 years ago in the map below. This works exactly on the same model as the 2022 card.
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