The second round of the municipal elections will take place on June 28. In the municipalities affected by this second round of voting, the time has come for the polls. Here are the prediction results for Paris, Marseille, Lille, Lyon and Toulouse.
A few days before the second round of the municipal elections, nothing is played in the main cities of France. In Paris, the second round seems to promise a net benefit to Anne Hidalgo (PS-PCF), in the lead in voting intentions, with 45% of the vote, according to a BVA survey for The Tribune, and Europe 1 from 22 June. It is well ahead of Rachida Dati (LR), which received 34% of the vote. About Agnès Buzyn (LREM), it is 18%.
In Marseille, things are a little more uncertain. According to a BVA survey for Europe 1 and The Tribune, published June 19, the lists of the Spring in marseille, the socialist Party, the communist Party of France, Disobedient, and Europe Ecology-The Greens, supported by Michèle Rubirola, are credited with 35% of voting intentions. They are followed by Martine Vassal, and Republicans (30%). Then comes the National Rally and Stéphane Ravier (20%).
In Lille, Martine Aubry, mayor (PS) outgoing, and its competitor, Stephane Baly (EELV) are elbow to elbow, with respectively 39% and 37% of voting intentions, according to an Ifop poll for the Voice of The North, dated 17 June. With only 24% of voting intentions, Violette Spillebout, the candidate LREM, seems to be out of the race.
Has Lyon not more, nothing is played. According to an Ifop survey-Fiduciary for Lyon capital and South Radio, published on June 22, 2020, the list of “environmentalists and the left with Bruno Bernard” leads with 37% of voting intentions, ahead of the five points only Gérard Collomb and The Republicans (32%).
Results tight in Toulouse, france, announced June 15, a BVA survey for The Tribune and Europe 1. The list of the union of the left”, Archipelago Citizen “, led by Antoine, Mauritius and supported by Europe Ecology the Greens, harvest, for the moment, 51% of voting intentions. Just behind, we find the list of the mayor (LR) outgoing Jean-Luc Moudenc, ” Love Toulouse “, supported by LREM, credited with 49% of the vote.
Municipal 2020 : a “triumph of ecology” ?
One thing is for sure, for these municipal 2020, lists, ecologists have the wind in their sails. Present in the second round in no less than 122 municipalities (compared to 21 in 2014), they are a clear breakthrough in several major cities : Grenoble, Strasbourg, Rennes, Lille, Metz, Poitiers, Bordeaux, Tours, Marseille, and especially Lyon. Results of course applauded by the former minister of ecological Transition-Nicolas Hulot. In an interview with Liberation, published on the 24th of June, he said expect ” a triumph of ecology “, this Sunday 28th, the second round of the municipal.