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The French would rather be president Nicolas Sarkozy

Paris : France | Oct 08, 2012 at 6:08 AM PDT
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FRANCE: Bye bye Sarkozy, Hollande wins French presidency.
PARIS (Reuters) - Five months after the election of François Hollande, the French are now more likely to say they would rather have as President Nicolas Sarkozy, according to a Harris Interactive poll released Monday for Marianne. Nearly one in two (49%) said that she would like to see the chair France Nicolas Sarkozy, his successor Socialist collecting only 46% of the vote and 5% did not express an opinion. François Hollande was elected on May 6th with 51.62% against 48.38% for the incumbent. Electorates of the presidential relatively stable, a large majority of those who voted for either candidate sticking to their positions These are the people who abstained or voted blank or invalid in the second round of presidential elections that are now weighing the balance in favor of Nicolas Sarkozy, note the authors of the study. In fact, 51% of them say they would like to see the former president UMP ruling the country now, against 31% who prefer François Hollande. This survey appears while popularity ratings of François Hollande and his Prime Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault continue to erode. The head of state does not collect and 42% in favor (-4) against 49% dissatisfied (9), in October of the barometer Opinionway published Monday in Metro. As the head of government, he plunges 40% positive (-6) against 45% dissatisfied (12). The Harris Interactive survey comes as the scenario of a return to Nicolas Sarkozy at the political forefront continues to weigh on the battle for the presidency of the UMP opposing Francois Fillon Jean-Francois Cope and whose former president becomes the unofficial referee. The Harris Interactive poll was conducted online from October 1 to 3 from a sample of 1,397 people representative of the French population aged 18 and older, constituted under the quota method.
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