The French president and his prime minister have registered a sharp decline in favorable opinions, according to a Ifop-Fiducial study released on March 7th. The action of Emmanuel Macron convinces more than one French in two and drops to 44%.
The approval of the action of Emmanuel Macron and Edouard Philippe is down sharply (-4) in March for the second consecutive month and is now below the 50% mark, according to a survey by Ifop- Fiducial made public on March 6, learned from AFP.
With 44% of positive answers, the President of the Republic loses a total of nine points in two months and regains its level of November. 55% (+4) of respondents do not approve of his action.
Moreover, respondents are only 45% (-6) to consider that the current tenant of the Elysee leads “a good economic policy,” according to this survey for Paris Match and Sud Radio.
In the midst of the announcement of reforms, Edouard Philippe is also down sharply. Only 46% (-4) of the French who approve its action and 53% (+4) are of a contrary opinion.
The Prime Minister lost a total of 13 points of approval in two months and also found his level of November, after an upturn late 2017. Only 44% of respondents believe it “inspires confidence” .