While the parliamentary investigation commission of the national Assembly began its work on Tuesday, the French seem to make a look a little more lenient on the way it has been managed, the crisis of the sars coronavirus.
This is at least what emerges from the survey ELABE Berger-Levrault for BFM-TV performed at the time of the speech of Emmanuel Macron on Sunday. The positive opinion on the management of the crisis by the president and the government remains in the minority, but progresses, in the case of nine points compared to a survey carried out on 19 and 20 may.
The success of the déconfinement
42 % of respondents now believe that ” the crisis has been handled in the best possible way given the circumstances “, while 57 % think instead that ” the crisis has been poorly managed, there were problems that could have been avoided “. Emmanuel Macron alone benefits from this growth since it earns 9 points compared to the end of the month of may : 46% think that it has been “the height” (9 % with a full support).
In fact, the improvement in the judgment of the French appears to be due to the preparation and management of the déconfinement, approved by 60 % of respondents, but especially in measures taken to support the economy and mitigate the effects of the crisis (64 % of favourable opinions). Conversely, the supply of tests and masks are always points of friction, since, respectively, 23 % and 15 % of respondents believe that these issues have been well managed.
The other would not have done better
And if France had had a different government ? He could not have done better, regardless of its political colour, believe the respondents. For more than half of the respondents, the Republicans, the socialists, the communists, or environmentalists, would not be “neither better nor less well” managed the crisis.
The opinion is slightly more trench to the extreme, but at rates that remain very low. For the national Gathering, 14 % think that the party would be “better managed” the health crisis when 40% think the opposite. The same negative score for France Insubordinate while only 9 % of respondents believe that the party of Jean-Luc Mélenchon would have been better released.