What do the latest second-round polls say?

The second round of the presidential election will take place on Sunday 24 April. While Marine Le Pen chose the city of Arras for her last meeting on Thursday, the president-candidate is expected for a final speech during a trip to Figeac, in the Lot, this Friday. This is the last straight line for the two candidates who compete to obtain the supreme magistracy.

20 minutes compiles for you the latest results of polls carried out in recent days by all polling institutes, such as Ipsos, Ifop-Fiducial, Opinion Way, Elabe and Oxoda.

Voting intentions for the second round of the 2022 presidential election

According to a latest survey by the institute Ipsos carried out on April 21 the day after the debate between the two rounds, Emmanuel Macron would still be leading the polls with 57.5% of the voting intentions in the second round. A less severe observation for the institute Oxoda according to a last poll carried out the same day, where this time Marine Le Pen would collect nearly 47% of voting intentions.

Still, for this last week of the campaign, the majority of polling institutes give the outgoing president the winner for the second round. Thus the Elabe Institute would grant him 54.5% of voting intentions in a poll dated April 19. The Opinion Way institute would give Emmanuel Macron the winner with 56% of the voting intentions. Finally, according to the latest statement from Ifop-Fiducial, Marine Le Pen would gather 45.5% of the voting intentions.

By default, we show you the latest polls published by Ipsos. By clicking on the drop-down menu below, you can view the results according to other institutes.

What did the second round polls show for the 2017 presidential election?

During the inter-rounds of the 2017 presidential election, the situation was more severe in the voting intentions for Marine Le Pen. Thus, most of the institutes presented in the graph below granted him 37% to 38% of voting intentions on the eve of the second round.

As a reminder, during the second round in 2017, Emmanuel Macron finally won on May 6, 2017, with 66.1% of the votes cast against 33.9% for his rival.

By default, we show you the latest polls published by Elabe. By clicking on the drop-down menu below, you can view the results according to other institutes.

Consult the following sources Ispos, Opinion Way, Ifop-Fiducial, Elabe, BVA, Oxoda to learn more about the polls presented in this article.

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