Between the abaya ban, the crisis in Lampedusa and the Pope’s visit to Marseille, online discussions are lively. Among the questions driving public opinion, one persists: who will win the succession of Emmanuel Macron in 2027?
While 50% of French people surveyed are unanimous in saying that Edouard Philippe is the ideal Renaissance candidate, 29% are thinking more of Gabriel Attal, whose popularity has risen this month. Has the war of succession become official?
The first half of this year has been marked by heated debates on subjects that have weighed heavily on public opinion. These included pension reform and debates on the democratic deficit. Once these issues had faded into the background, interest in politics began to wane. This trend is finally being reversed, with the new political season focusing on highly controversial issues whose long-term future is still uncertain.
For a detailed analysis, check out the #baropol presented by Mascaret (formerly Dentsu Consulting) and its partner ODOXA, as well as the complete program presented by Thomas HUGUES with Yves CENSI, Céline Bracq, Yael Goosz, Bastien François and Emilie Zapalski.