Mélenchon progresses a bit in Ile-de-France
With nearly 2,500 votes away some votes, Jean-Luc Melenchon (30.24%) surprised and leads very little in Ile-de-France, neck and neck with Emmanuel Macron (30.19%), who won in Paris (35.33%), winning 13 of The origin of the 20 districts, including the historically beautiful neighborhoods on the right. The outgoing president had largely established himself in the Ile-de-France region five years ago
With the exception of the provinces of Yvelines, Hautes de Seine and Paris won by Emmanuel Macron, the “rebellious” leader took first place in the other five provinces of the Paris region.
Marine Le Pen comes in third with 12.96% of the vote, a level slightly above her 2017 result.
In the former strongholds of the right in Paris, Eric Zemmour (8.16%) came second to seventh.And8And and 16And circles where it reached 17.48%. Never in the capital has a far-right candidate come to this conclusion.
As in 2017, Mélenchon won 19And and 20And neighborhoods, but also five new neighborhoods.
The mayor of Paris, Anne Hidalgo, is seventh in the capital, at 2.17%, a score just above the national level.
In Ile-de-France, the proportion of regional president and Democratic Party candidate Valérie Pecresse is 6.20%. In its division in Evelyn, it hardly exceeds 8%, while in its strongholds in Velizy-Villacoplay and Versailles, it hardly reaches 11% and 14%.
In the popular regions of the province, such as Trappes or Mantes-la-Jolie, Mélenchon largely predominates.
Seine-Saint-Denis, a popular district in the northeastern suburbs of Paris, was won by Mr. Melenchon with 49.09%, with impressive scores in Bobigny (60.14%) or Saint-Denis (61.13%). The abstention rate is the highest in the Paris region, at 30.21%.
In strongholds of the right such as Versailles (33.05%), Maison Lafitte (42.19%) in Yvelines, Boulogne-Billancourt (45.62%) and Marne-la-Coquet (45.98%) in Hauts-de-Seine, Emmanuel Macron comes first, ahead of Valérie Pécresse by a margin. Big.
In Seine-et-Marne, the most rural province of Ile-de-France, Melenchon also took first place with 25.86%, just ahead of Emmanuel Macron (25%) and Marine Le Pen (23.57%).
In Val-de-Marne, the former “red suburbs”, which the Communists lost during the last provincial elections, unsurprisingly benefited the “rebel” candidate (32.67%), ahead of Emmanuel Macron (29.10%). Mr. Melenchon largely establishes himself in communist towns such as Vitry or Evry-sur-Seine.
In Val d’Oise, the candidate for La France Insoumise also leads with 33.17% of the vote. In Essonne, it is slightly ahead of Emmanuel Macron (28.09% vs. 27.66%).
Finally, unlike in 2012 and 2017, sovereign candidate Nicolas Dupont-Aignan did not take first place in Yerrys (Eason), where he holds the position of deputy and mayor. He earned only 10.81% and finished in fourth place.
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