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Result of the 2024 legislative elections: all the scores from the 1st round, already scenarios from the 2nd round

“Result of the 2024 legislative elections: all the scores from the 1st round, already from the 2nd round scenarios”

Nothing is decided; in these anticipated legislative elections: the results of the first round falling this Sunday give a clear advantage to the RN, but the withdrawals and the roadblock ;agrave; the far right can prevent it from obtaining a majority. &agrav; the outcome of the 2nd round…

►Find your municipality or constituency to consult the legislative results:   The essentials

The final result of the first round of legislative elections, which took place this Sunday, June 30, puts the RN and its allies in the lead , in capacity to obtain more than 289 ages, that is to say the majority absolute in the future National Assembly. Here is the latest refined estimate carried out by Ipsos Talan for France 2 shortly before 10 p.m., & ;agrave; nationally:

  • National Rally and Allies: 33.2%
    (204 &244 sièages RN, 26à 36 seatsèges LR)
  • New Popular Front: 28.1%
    (180 &agrav; 200 seats, including 58 &agrav; 72 LFI, 33 &agrav; 43 PS, 28 &agrav; 38 EELV, 6 &agrav; 12 PCF)
  • Renaissance and allies: 21.0%
    (60 & to 90 seats, including 53 & to 71 Renaissance, 13 & to 19 MoDem, 4 & to 10 Horizons)
  • The Republicans and various right-wingers: 10%
    (41 à 61 sièages)
  • Various Center/UDI: 1.8%
  • Various left: 1.7% (11 &agrav; 19 seats)
  • Far left: 1.3%
  • Reconquered: 0.6%
  • Others: 2.1%(22 à 30 seats)

What scenario for the 2nd round of legislative elections ? The number of triangulars is considerable: there are currently more than 280 cases of 2nd round elections with three candidates, perhaps 300 according to Ipsos. The question of the candidate's withdrawal came up. The third question therefore arises, whether or not to block the movement. the far right. The scenario of an extreme right with a majority absolute is probable, but it is more likely according to pollsters that the RN and its Ciottist allies form the first group of deputies without having a majority. Dams against the RN in the 2nd round being possible in more than 150 constituencies, the most likely scenario is that no political group obtains a majority. oacute; and that Emmanuel Macron and his party are seeking a "technical" coalition. for expanded governance for 3 years, with elected officials from the left, center and right.

Among the strong statements of the evening, Marine Le Pencalled&eac; the French çais "à give a majority absolute to the RN so that Jordan Bardella is appointed; Prime Minister by Emmanuel Macron. For his part, Jean-Luc Mélenchon announcedé that the NFP candidacies will be withdrawn in the event of a third position. Emmanuel Macron called ;, "facing the RN", à "a large gathering, clearly Democratic and Republican for the second round". Gabriel Attal called to the "withdrawal of our candidates whose retention in third position would have resulted in the election of a deputy National gathering", as long as a remaining candidate "defends like us the values ​​of the Republic".  The Republicans (independent of the RN) abstained from voting instructions for the 2nd round, in a press release ; published in the evening. Note that participation was very high. very high this Sunday, with a historic mobilization, higher than that of the previous year. 65%.

The number of those elected in the first round is important, including Marine Le Pen and Olivier Faure. François Hollande is in a favorable ballot in Corr&egraveze, like Elisabeth Borne, who could be elected thanks to the withdrawal of the candidate from left. Laurent Wauquiez is also on a favorable ballot in Haute-Loire, François Ruffin is when à him in difficulty in the Somme. Former minister Clément Beaune wasé beaten by the socialist Emmanuel Grégoire, éelected in the first round to Paris. The boss of the PCF, Fabien Roussel, is also eliminated. from the first round, just like former minister Jérôme Cahuzac.

Here is what pollster Ipsos Talan for France 2 anticipates as the results of the 2nd round of legislative elections, Sunday July 7. The numbers of seats are given here by party and not by political union (NFP, RN, Ens!).

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01:05 – The results of the legislative elections Paris constituency by constituency (1/2)

END OF LIVE – The results are now in in the capital. Find the detailed results of the 1st round of legislative elections here. Paris: 

Paris 1st constituency :

  • Sylvain Maillard (ENS): 44.7%
  • Raphaël Kempf (UG): 32.2%
  • Delphine Voirin (RN): 10.03%
  • Laurence Sailliet (LR): 5.49%
  • Pierre Maurin (DVD): 4.54%
  • Marine Chiaberto (REC): 1.56%
  • Alban Ludovic Bertrand Pineau (DVC): 0.96%
  • Laurence Boulinier (EXG): 0.37%
  • Mathilde Contensou (REG): 0.14%

Paris 2nd district:

  • Marine Rosset (UG): 33.44%
  • Jean Laussucq (ENS): 23.42%
  • Gilles Le Gendre (DVC): 19.66%
  • Melody de Witte (RN): 11.06%
  • Félicité Herzog de Cossé Brissac (DVD): 6.76%
  • Romain Marsily (DVD): 2.19%
  • Ornella Evangelista (REC): 1.37%
  • Cécile Marie Lorans (ECO): 0.91%
  • Frédéric Mauriange (DVC): 0.77%
  • Charline Joliveau (EXG): 0.31%
  • Elise Magne (DVG): 0.11%

Paris 3rd district :

  • Léa Balage El Mariky (UG): 45.6%
  • Stanislas Guerini (ENS): 34.42%
  • Olga Podolskaia (RN): 8.84%
  • Paul Hatte (LR): 7.97%
  • Marie Courtois (REC): 0.93%
  • Côme Citroen (ECO): 0.82 %
  • Laurent Burtaire (EXG): 0.43 %
  • Grégory Fernandes (EXG): 0.27 %
  • Quentin Laporte (DVC): 0.22 %
  • Warda Baïliche (DVC): 0.19 %
  • Laurent Semat (DVG): 0.17 %
  • Thierry Alquier (DVD): 0.15 %

Paris 4th constituency:

  • Astrid Panosyan-Bouvet (ENS): 37.19 %
  • Geoffroy Boulard (DVD): 26.55 %
  • Théa Foudrinier (UG): 17.91 %
  • Arnaud Dassier (UXD): 15.55 %
  • Olivier Courtois (REC) : 2.15 %
  • Pierre Levenard (EXG) : 0.2 %
  • Karim Britel (DIV) : 0.19 %
  • Laetitia Lauron (DVG) : 0.16 %
  • Guillaume Cardon (DIV) : 0.11 %

Paris 5th constituency :

  • Pouria Amirshahi (UG) : 54.39 %
  • Rachel-Flore Pardo (ENS) : 30.05 %
  • Céline Chen (RN) : 7.04 %
  • Valentine Serino (LR) : 4.13 %
  • Thiaba Bruni (ECO) : 1.14 %
  • Yoneko Kikuchi (REC) : 0.9 %
  • Théo Faucon (DVC): 0.85%
  • Arnaud Borowski (ECO): 0.62%
  • Monique Dabat (EXG): 0.45%
  • Raymond Victor Bassil (DVC): 0.22%
  • Anne Chamayou (DVG): 0.19%

Paris 6th constituency :

  • Sophia Chikirou (UG) : 58 %
  • Gwënaelle Coulon (ENS) : 22.6 %
  • Élise Maryse Laplace (RN) : 7.27 %
  • Jean-Christophe Martin (LR) : 3.94 %
  • Louis Gundermann (DVC) : 2.68 %
  • Hippolyte Verdier (ECO): 2.07%
  • Amélie Jullien (REC): 1.06%
  • Veronique Brunet (EXG): 0.85%
  • Alain Jean Amouni (DIV): 0.77%
  • Thierry Sessin Caracci (DVG): 0.64%
  • Dima Lecrest (DVG): 0.13%

Paris 7th district:

  • Emmanuel Gregoire (UG): 49.62%
  • Clément Beaune (ENS): 32.98%
  • Céline Tacher (RN): 7.89%
  • Aurélien Véron (LR): 4.98%
  • Jason Reyes (REC): 1.07%
  • Stéphanie White (EXG): 1%
  • Philippe Mazuel (DVC): 0.99%
  • Sophie Lacaze (ECO): 0.88%
  • Aurélia Small (EXG): 0.48%
  • Anne Grau (DVC): 0.1%

Paris 8th district:

  • Eva Sas (UG): 50.78%
  • David Ouzilou (ENS): 28.38%
  • Vanessa Vicente (RN): 11.65%
  • Florent Brunetti (LR): 5.23%
  • Pierre-Louis Giscard d'Estaing (DVC): 1.56%
  • Jannick Trunkenwald (REC): 1.12 %
  • Anne Bernon (EXG): 0.51%
  • Christine Vial Kayser (DVC): 0.46%
  • Camille Adoue (EXG): 0.28%
  • Manuel Lutz (REG): 0.03%:

Paris 9th district:

  • Sandrine Rousseau (UG): 52%
  • Pegah Malek-Ahmadi (ENS): 23.3%
  • Marie-Josée Boulaire (RN): 11.43%
  • Jean-Baptiste Olivier (DVD): 4.62%
  • Elisabeth Stibbe (DVD): 3.01 %
  • Jade Farran (DVC): 1.35%
  • Marion Bottou (REC): 1.22%
  • Julian Rozenberg (ECO): 1.12 %
  • Florence Jacqueline Chantal Bedague (EXG): 0.78%
  • Sophie Chen (DVD): 0.55%
  • Blandine Chauvel (EXG): 0.51%
  • Marc Ely (EXD): 0.11%

01:04 – The results of the legislative elections Paris constituency by constituency (2/2)

Paris 10th constituency:

  • Rodrigo Arenas (UG): 50.66%
  • Benjamin Djiane (ENS): 23.94%
  • Agnès Pageard (RN): 11.39%
  • Patrick Viry (LR): 5.96%
  • Yann Wehrling (ECO): 2.66%
  • Alexia Ostyn (DVC): 1.29%
  • Roger Bertholon (REC): 1.27%
  • Charlotte de Vilmorin (DIV): 1.25%
  • Michel Goldstein (DVC): 0.94%
  • Marianne Noel (EXG): 0.64%

Paris 11th district:

  • Céline Hervieu (UG): 43.98%
  • Maud Gatel (ENS): 34.64%
  • Lindsay Fischer (RN): 10.15%
  • Jean-François Alexandre (LR): 6.96%
  • Anne-Marie Taranne (REC): 1.35%
  • Julie Lasne (ECO): 1.29%
  • Julien Vick (DVC): 0.71%
  • Marie Camp (DVC): 0.47%
  • Laurent Vinciguerra (EXG): 0.41%
  • Iwan Clemente (DIV): 0.04%

Paris 12th district:

  • Olivia Gregoire (ENS): 39.21%
  • Celine Malaisé (UG): 28.89%
  • David Attia (UXD): 14.53%
  • Jérôme Loriau (LR): 13.07%
  • Philippe Cuignache d'Apreval (REC): 1.67%
  • Alienor Billault Harle (ECO): 1.5%
  • Arnaud de Gontaut Biron (DVC): 0.8%
  • Muriel Monchal (EXG): 0.29%
  • Laszlo Ferréol (DVG): 0.04%

Paris 13th district:

  • David Amiel (ENS): 38.85%
  • Aminata Niakaté (UG): 37.11%
  • Sophie Rostan (RN): 14%
  • Frédéric Jacquot (DVD): 6.12%
  • Victor Chrzanowski (REC): 1.48%
  • Ingrid Allorant (ECO): 1.45%
  • Annie Poupon (REG): 0.42%
  • Corinne Roethlisberger (EXG): 0.4%
  • Anne-Laure Delinot (EXD): 0.15%
  • Corinne Paine (DSV): 0.01%

Paris 14th district:

  • Benjamin Haddad (ENS): 48.09%
  • Patrick Dray (LR): 17.76%
  • Louis Piquet (UXD): 17.53%
  • Hugo Rota (UG): 13.56%
  • Thomas Culerrier (REC): 2.11%
  • Eric Molinari (DVC): 0.73%
  • Marie Bourdy (EXG): 0.22%

Paris 15th district :

  • Danielle Simonnet (DVG): 42.05%
  • Céline Verzeletti (UG): 22.28%
  • Mohamad Gassama (ENS): 16.46%
  • Clotilde Guery (RN): 9.04%
  • François-Marie Didier (LR): 3.64%
  • Philippe Aragon (DVC): 3.03%
  • Aliou Pourchet (DVC): 1.7%
  • Christian Guillot (REC): 1.02%
  • Arnaud Charvillat (EXG): 0.49%
  • Pierre Augros (EXG): 0.23%
  • Laurent Chrétien Marquet (DIV): 0.05%

Paris 16th district:

  • Sarah Legrain (UG): 62.29%
  • Elsa Pariente (ENS): 19.52%
  • Christèle de Fromont de Bouaille (RN): 9.41%
  • Marie Toubiana (LR): 4.49%
  • Victor Huguet (ECO): 1.93%
  • Cecile Fischer (REC): 1%
  • Nordine El-Marbati (EXG): 0.81%
  • Marie-Noëlle Blondel (DVC): 0.56%

Paris 17th district:

  • Danièle Obono (UG): 64.07%
  • Kolia Bénié (ENS): 17.31%
  • Anne de la Brélie (RN): 8.95%
  • Angélique Michel (LR): 3.98%
  • Mathias Saint-Ellier (DVC): 1.82%
  • Michel Bouchou (ECO): 1.43%
  • Brigitte Rumeau (REC): 1.02%
  • Abdellah Aksas (EXG): 0.95%
  • Victor Fournier (DVC): 0.46%

Paris 18th district:

  • Aymeric Caron (UG): 50.37%
  • Pierre-Yves Bournazel (ENS): 32.54%
  • Valérie Tirefort (RN): 6.86%
  • Rudolph Granier (LR): 4.19%
  • Catherine Coutard (DVG): 1.54%
  • Philippine Long (DVC): 1.54%
  • Pierre Bravoz (DVG): 1.43%
  • Marguerite Pierre (REC): 1%
  • Annie Boubault (EXG): 0.38%
  • Audrey Le Boeuf (REG): 0.13%
  • David Thiele (EXG): 0.02%

If the election is above all national, the results of legislative elections must be observed locally. Beyond results in each constituency, those which also emerge in each constituency give valuable lessons on the political landscape in France in 2024. Find your constituency in the map below to consult the details of the results:  

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00:51 – In Montpellier, what are the results of the 1st legislative elections ?

Who are the candidates who came out on top at Montpellier according to the different constituencies ? Here are the detailed results:

Montpellier 1st constituency:

  • Jean-Louis Roumegas (UG): 47.64%
  • Josyan Oliva (UXD): 24.54%
  • Patricia Miralles (ENS): 19.22 %
  • Eric Chaveroche (LR): 3.53 %
  • Stéphanie Lévy (DVD): 2.57 %
  • Alexandre Arguel (REC): 1.56 %
  • Morgane Lachiver (EXG): 0.94 %

Montpellier 2nd constituency:

  • Nathalie Oziol (UG): 58.22 %
  • Robert Le Stum (ENS): 17.04 %
  • Flavia Mangano (RN): 16.97 %
  • Sandra Houée (LR): 4.29 %
  • Christelle Boyer (UDI): 2.73 %
  • Didier Michel (EXG): 0.71 %
  • Hugo Leboon (DIV): 0.04 %

Montpellier 3rd constituency :

  • Fanny Dombre-Coste (UG) : 57.62 %
  • Laurence Cristol (ENS) : 21.93 %
  • Lauriane Troise (RN) : 15.28 %
  • Flavio Dalmau (ECO) : 3.16 %
  • Babeth Segura (REC) : 1.13 %
  • Serge Gachon (EXG) : 0.88 %

Montpellier 8th constituency:

  • Sylvain Carriere (UG): 52.09%
  • Cédric Delapierre (RN): 19.95%
  • Isabelle Autier (ENS): 16.87%
  • Bérangère Dubus (DVD): 6.79%
  • Sabria Bouallaga (ECO) : 3.61 %
  • Thomas Garnier (EXG) : 0.68 %

Montpellier 9th constituency :

  • Nadia Belaouni (UG) : 48.31 %
  • Patrick Vignal (ENS) : 23.33 %
  • Charles Alloncle (UXD) : 20.65 %
  • Anthony Belin (DVD) : 2.51 %
  • Frédéric Bort (REC) : 1.67 %
  • William Viste (DVD) : 1.6 %
  • Patrice Boccadifuoco (DVD) : 1.01 %
  • Nathalie Peiro (EXG) : 0.79 %
  • Géry Laly (DVD) : 0.13 %

00:39 – Attal in the lead in the 10th constituency of Hauts-de-Seine

Gabriel Attal came in first in the 10th constituency of Hauts-de-Seine with 43.85% of the vote, ahead of the New Popular Front which obtained 35.53% of the vote and the union of the extreme right with 13.21%. The Prime Minister will therefore find himself in a duel with the left for the second round of the legislative elections. Detailed results:

  • Gabriel Attal (ENS): 43.85%
  • Cécile Soubelet (UG): 35.53%
  • Sébastien Laye (UXD): 13.21%
  • Clément Perrin (LR): 5.08%
  • Herlander Ferreira Do Amaral (REC): 1.31 %
  • Laurence Viguié (EXG): 0.54%
  • Béatrice Guillemet (DVG): 0.26%
  • Nicolas Lemesle (DIV): 0.19%
  • Esteban Ygouf (DVG): 0.05%

00:32 – In Strasbourg, what results in the legislative elections ?

Who are the candidates who came out on top in the first round of the legislative elections? Strasbourg ? Response for each constituency:  

Strasbourg 1st constituency:

  • Sandra Regol (UG): 47.6%
  • Etienne Loos (ENS): 24.26%
  • Hombeline Du Parc (RN): 14.03%
  • Irène Weiss (LR): 6.43 %
  • Serge Oehler (DVG): 1.93%
  • Jamal Rouchdi (DIV): 1.09%
  • Luc Menard (REC): 1.01%
  • Patrick Arbogast (ECO): 0.98%
  • Odette Holtzer (REG): 0.91%
  • Albéric Barret (ECO): 0.73%
  • Louise Fève (EXG): 0.34%
  • Frédéric Seigle-Murandi (DVG): 0.25%
  • Dan Benhamou (EXG): 0.18%
  • Thomas Brant (DIV): 0.18%
  • Thomas Schlund (DIV): 0.1%

Strasbourg 2nd constituency :

  • Emmanuel Fernandes (UG): 48.99%
  • Rebecca Breitman (ENS): 20.93%
  • Virginie Joron (RN): 18.63%
  • Alexandre Wolf Samaloussi (LR): 5.94%
  • Cendrine Diemunsch (REG): 1.54%
  • Jean Marc Governatori (ECO): 1.35%
  • Fabienne Schnitzler (ECO): 0.97%
  • Elisa Clolot (DVG): 0.74%
  • Alain Richard (EXG): 0.57%
  • Clément Soubise (EXG): 0.33%

Strasbourg 3rd constituency:

  • Thierry Sother (UG): 39.73%
  • Bruno Studer (ENS): 31.54%
  • Stéphanie Dô (RN): 19.25%
  • Dera Ratsiajetsinimaro (LR): 3.85%
  • Thierry Parat (ECO): 1.56%
  • Gautier Perrin (REG): 1.45%
  • Alexandre Zyzeck (REC): 0.92%
  • Mohamed Sylla (DVG): 0.72%
  • Denise Grandmougin (EXG): 0.42%
  • Félix Kleimann (DVG): 0.35%
  • Hicham Hamza (DIV): 0.21%

00:25 – What are the legislative results? Saint-Denis ?

It was the left-wing candidates who came out on top. Saint-Denis in the first round of the legislative elections:

Saint-Denis 1st constituency:

  • Éric Coquerel (UG): 69.83%
  • Jean-Pierre Monfils (ENS): 13.71%
  • Julien Grazioli (RN): 8.69%
  • François Peguillet (LR): 2.29%
  • Gersende Le Maire (ECO): 2.05%
  • Nabil Bouard (DVD): 1.57%
  • Alain Aubry (EXG): 1.37%
  • Paul Uhalde (EXG): 0.44%
  • Emmanuel Bilongo Mambweni (DIV): 0.05%

Saint-Denis 2nd constituency:

  • Stéphane Peu (UG): 72.33%
  • Luc Colomas (RN): 11.14%
  • Samantha Uk (ENS): 7.57%
  • Anasse Kazib (EXG): 3.88%
  • Louis-Auxile Maillard (LR): 2.41%
  • Agnès Renaud (EXG): 1.59%
  • Maki Théa Marquand (ECO): 1.08%

00:16 – What results? Nice in the 1st round of legislative elections

In Nice, it was the right-wing candidates who came first in the different constituencies:  

Nice 1st constituency

  • Eric Ciotti (UXD): 41.04%
  • Olivier Salerno (UG): 26.62%
  • Graig Monetti (ENS): 22.79%
  • Virgile Vanier-Guérin (LR): 5.78%
  • Lalla Chama Ben Moulay (ECO): 2.81%
  • Alain Langouet (EXG): 0.62%
  • Jean-Claude Wahid Spach (REG): 0.27%
  • Maxime Bovis (DIV): 0.07%

Nice 3rd constituency

  • Bernard Chaix (UXD): 39.51%
  • Laure Quignard (UG): 28.58%
  • Philippe Pradal (ENS): 25.94%
  • Marie Françoise Caussin (ECO): 2.92%
  • Thibault Delhez (DSV): 1.56%
  • Marjorie Vivo (ECO): 0.76%
  • Estelle Jaquet (EXG): 0.73%

Nice 5th constituency

  • Christelle d'Intorni (UXD): 45%
  • Fabrice Decoupigny (UG): 23.66%
  • Gaël Nofri (ENS): 15.96%
  • Patrice Benoit (DIV): 11.47%
  • Axel Hvidsten (ECO): 3.18%
  • Agnès Benkemoun (EXG): 0.73%

00:15 – Other legislative results: Manuel Bompard

Manuel Bompard wasé& nbsp;éelected in the first round in the 4th constituency of Bouches du Rhône. The spokesperson for La France Insoumise, candidate for the New Popular Front, is credited with 67% of the votes in the first round of the legislative elections, according to partial results transmitted at the end of the evening and based on on 89% of the counting carried out.

00:12 – The LFI Clémentine Autain ré elected from the first round

The outgoing left-wing MP Clémentine Autain announces that she has beené re-elected in the first round on LCI, in the 11th constituency of Seine-Saint-Denis. According to partial results, she obtained 63.15% of the votes, far ahead of Renée Joly of the RN.

00:11 – In Toulouse, what are the results of the legislative ?

Five constituencies cover the city of Toulouse, what are the results of the legislative elections in each of them ?

Toulouse 1st constituency:

  • Hadrien Clouet (UG): 51.58%
  • Elodie Hobet (ENS): 25.88%
  • Lola Chambelin (RN): 16.93%
  • Evelyne Boujat (DVC): 2.45%
  • Jean-Marie Trouillet (REC): 1.65%
  • Alexis de Berranger (DIV): 0.92%
  • Olivier Le Penven (EXG): 0.59%

Toulouse 2nd constituency :

  • Anne Stambach-Terrenoir (UG): 53.65%
  • Jean-Luc Lagleize (ENS): 22.92%
  • Frank Khalifa (RN): 18.84%
  • Maxime Mayoral (ECO): 1.64%
  • Pauline Lorans (REC): 1.45%
  • Arthur Nestier (ECO): 0.75%
  • Clotilde Barthélémy (EXG): 0.75%

Toulouse 3rd constituency

  • Agathe Roby (UG): 40.27%
  • Corinne Vignon (ENS): 31.42%
  • Stéphanie Alarcon (RN): 17.5%
  • Clément Delmas (LR): 5.54%
  • Marie-Pierre Bouchet (DVC): 1.18%
  • Baptiste Robert (DVG): 1.15%
  • Philippe Soleri (REC): 1.14%
  • Domitilla Allorant (ECO): 1.1%
  • Malena Adrada (EXG): 0.41%
  • Philippe Maury (DVD): 0.26%
  • Christmas Némouthé (REG): 0.04 %

Toulouse 4th constituency

  • François Piquemal (UG): 53.39%
  • Margaux Pech (ENS): 26.92%
  • Audrey Larregle (RN): 15.66%
  • Jacme Delmas (DVC): 1.96%
  • Arthur Cottrel (REC): 1.53%
  • Patrick Marcireau (EXG): 0.54%

Toulouse 9th constituency :

  • Christine Arrighi (UG): 59.39%
  • Florian Delrieu (ENS): 20.18%
  • Caroline Beout (RN): 15.42%
  • Camille Clinet (DVC): 1.96%
  • Christelle Filippi (REC): 1.39%
  • Henri Martin (EXG): 0.94%
  • Nathanaëlle Loubet–Sruh (EXG): 0.73%

00:07 – Full results available Angers

In Angers, the left leaves with a good lead for the second round, the candidates of the Popular Front (UG – Left Union) arriving in the lead sometimes with a good gap on their pursuers.

  • Angers – 1st constituency (67.84% of voters)
  • Elsa Richard (UG): 40.52%
  • François Gernigon (ENS): 34.39%
  • Hugo Louvigne (RN): 16.99%
  • Séverine Lécuyer (LR): 6.26%
  • Marie Louise Dupas (EXG): 0.93%
  • Roselyne Pruniere (REC): 0.59%
  • Anthony Gouas (EXG): 0.32%
  • Angers – 2nd constituency (65.06% of voters)
  • Léo Metayer (UG): 36.8%
  • Stella Dupont (ENS): 29.21%
  • Thomas Brisseau (RN): 19.32%
  • Benoît Triot (LR): 8.98%
  • Bertrand Salquain (DVC): 4.43%
  • Philippe Lebrun (EXG): 1.26%
  • Angers – 6th constituency (63.91% of voters)
  • Sylvie Gabin (UG): 43.15%
  • Nicole Dubre Chirat (ENS): 30.61%
  • Tim Pavageau (RN): 18.01%
  • Anaëlle Chaussivert (LR): 5.4%
  • Yann Le Diagon (EXG): 1.56%
  • Eric Mercier (DSV): 1.27%
  • Angers – 7th constituency (68.56% of voters)
  • Guillaume Jouanneau (UG): 45.64%
  • Philippe Bolo (ENS): 29.28%
  • Clémence Lascaud (RN): 17.07%
  • Sandrine Boullais Challier (LR): 4.8%
  • Valérie Gorioux (REC): 1.28%
  • Céline L'Huillier (EXG): 1.06%
  • Régis Crespin (DSV): 0.86%

00:05 – What result in the 1st round of legislative elections? Grenoble ?

In the two constituencies which cover Grenoble, it was the left-wing candidates who came out on top in the first round of elections. legislative:  

Grenoble 1st constituency:

  • Hugo Prevost (UG): 52.49%
  • Olivier Véran (ENS): 25.71%
  • Alexandre Lacroix (UXD): 15.15%
  • Nathalie Béranger (LR): 5.57%
  • Rémi Adam (EXG): 1.08%

Grenoble 3rd constituency:

  • Élisa Martin (UG): 49.13%
  • Émilie Chalas (ENS): 18.36%
  • Christel Dupré (RN): 17.32%
  • Stéphane Gemmani (DVG): 8.31%
  • Coline Genevois (LR): 2.69%
  • Khemisti Boubeker (DVG): 0.93%
  • M'Hamed Benharouga (UDI): 0.85%
  • Isabelle Fassion (REC): 0.63%
  • Catherine Brun (EXG): 0.61%
  • Louiliam Clot (ECO): 0.53%
  • Baptiste Anglade (EXG): 0.43%
  • Samuel Le Fourn (EXG): 0.2%

30/06/24 – 23:55 – The complete results in the 1st district of Paris

The 1st district of Paris delivered its results. They are now available on the city page. 75.25% of those registered went to the polls. Here are the detailed results for the constituency:

  • Sylvain Maillard (ENS): 44.7%
  • Raphaël Kempf (UG): 32.2%
  • Delphine Voirin (RN): 10.03%
  • Laurence Sailliet (LR): 5.49%
  • Pierre Maurin (DVD): 4.54%
  • Marine Chiaberto (REC): 1.56%
  • Alban Ludovic Bertrand Pineau (DVC): 0.96%
  • Laurence Boulinier (EXG): 0.37%
  • Mathilde Contensou (REG): 0.14%

30/06/24 – 23:53 – Pierre Larrouturou in the lead in the 5th constituencies

In the 5th constituency of Essonne it was the New Popular Front which arrived. in the lead with his candidate Pierre Larrouturou and his 37.93 in the votes. Here are the detailed results:

  • Pierre Larrouturou (UG): 37.93%
  • Paul Midy (ENS): 32.48%
  • Laetitia Horvelin (RN): 15.27%
  • François Guy Trébulle (DVD): 9.92%
  • Marianne Billoir (ECO): 1.78%
  • Wendy Lonchampt (REC): 1.24%
  • Benoît Odille (DVG): 0.75%
  • Didier Paxion (EXG): 0.63%

30/06/24 – 23:48 – At least 37 RNs from the first round

The National Rally can be rejoiced for around forty candidates who have already been elected. été élus à the Assembly. A historic result for the far right.

30/06/24 – 23: 45 – In Le Havre, what result in the first round of the legislative elections ?

In Le Havre there are two different camps which came out on top in the results in each of the city's two constituencies: 

La Havre 7th constituency:

  • Agnès Firmin Le Bodo (HOR): 33.94%
  • Florence Martin Péréon (UG): 32.65%
  • Anaïs Thomas (RN): 25.8%
  • Jacques Forestier (LR): 2.26%
  • Catherine Omont (DVG): 2.22%
  • Jean-Paul Macé (EXG): 1.17%
  • Isabelle Ducoeurjoly (REC): 1%
  • Brush Véronique (DSV): 0.95%

Le Havre 8th constituency: 

  • Jean-Paul Lecoq (UG): 42.85%
  • Isabelle Le Coz (RN): 28.6%
  • Régis Debons (HOR): 23.69%
  • Benoit Naous (LR): 3.51%
  • Magali Cauchois (EXG): 1.35%

06/30/24- 11:43 PM – Another legislative result: LFI Clémence Guetté re-elected

Clémence Guetté announces on X to be re-elected in the first round in her constituency of Val-de-Marne. This close friend of Jean-Luc Mélenchon is once again a member of parliament.

06/30/24 – 11:40 p.m. – What result in the first round of legislative elections? Rouen ?

In Rouen, it was the candidates of the New Popular Front who came first in the two constituencies which took place. apos; extend over the city:  

Rouen 1st constituency:

  • Florence Herouin-Léautey (UG): 48.28%
  • Damien Adam (ENS): 25.83%
  • Grégoire Houdan (RN): 17.37%
  • Patrick Chabert (DVD): 5.31 %
  • Valérie Foissey (EXG): 0.98%
  • Christian Savey (REC): 0.94%
  • Marie-Hélène Duverger (EXG): 0.68%
  • Jody Horcholle (DVC): 0.34%
  • Richard Vacquer (DVG): 0.26%
  • Mikhail Stachkov (DIV): 0.01 %

Rouen 3rd district:

  • Edouard Bénard (UG): 50.76 %
  • Pauline Daniel (RN): 20.93 %
  • Letycia Ossibi (HOR): 17.85 %
  • Alexis Coppein (DVD): 7.7 %
  • Pascal Le Manach (EXG): 1.42 %
  • Anthony Vanhese (REC): 1.36 %

06/30/24- 11:37 PM – Eric Coquerel (LFI) re-elected in the first round

LFI MP Eric Coquerel announces that he has been re-elected in the first round in the 1st constituency of Seine Saint Denis. The MP for La France Insoumise is making his return to the National Assembly national.

06/30/24- 11:34 PM – Who came out on top in the legislative elections in Rennes ?

In Rennes, it was the candidates of the New Popular Front who came out on top in the first round of legislative elections in the four constituencies.

Rennes 1st constituency:

  • Marie Mesmeur (UG): 53.31%
  • Nicolas Boucher (ENS): 27.08%
  • Jeanne Rey Du Boissieu (RN): 12.69%
  • Joëlle Le Gall (LR): 3.93%
  • Valérie Hamon (EXG): 1.28%
  • Sébastien Girard (REG): 1.1%
  • Rosa Vasquez (DVG): 0.59%
  • Frédéric Mathieu (DVG): 0.02%

Rennes 2nd district :

  • Tristan Lahais (UG): 52.98%
  • Laurence Maillart-Méhaignerie (ENS): 27.3%
  • Bérénice Vanhaecke (RN): 12.37%
  • Christophe Decourcelle (LR): 6.52%
  • Florence Defrance (EXG): 0.8%
  • Olivier Hanne (ECO): 0.03%

Rennes 3rd district :

  • Claudia Rouaux (UG): 65.87%
  • Charlotte Faillé (ENS): 15.75%
  • Virginie d'Orsanne (RN): 12.99%
  • Victor Roulet (DVD): 2.27%
  • Jean-Louis Amisse (EXG): 1.86%
  • Mathieu Guihard (REG): 1.25%

Rennes 8th district:

  • Mickaël Bouloux (UG): 58.25%
  • Hermine Mauze (ENS): 24.52%
  • Kellie Lucco (RN): 10.65%
  • Mahé Gargam (LR): 4.88%
  • Maël Egron (REG): 0.89%
  • Fabrice Lucas (EXG): 0.8%

The Ministry of the Interior has just communicated to us the results of the legislative elections. Paris on 92.85% of registrants:

  • 1st constituency: ENS 44.79%; UG 32.15%
  • 2nd constituency: UG 33.09%; ENS 23.56% and DVD 19.74%
  • 3rd constituency: UG 45.60%; ENS 34.42%
  • 4th constituency: ENS 37.20%; DVD 26.54% and UG 17.82%
  • 5th constituency: UG éelect à 54.39%; ENS 30.05% 
  • 6th constituency: UG éelect à 58.14%; ENS 22.55% 
  • 7th constituency: UG 49.62%; ENS 32.98%
  • 8th constituency: UG éelect à 50.59%; ENS 28.49%
  • 9th constituency: UG éelected à 52.00%; ENS 23.30%
  • 10th constituency: UG élu à 50.44%; ENS 24.04% 
  • 11th constituency: UG 43.98%; ENS 34.64%
  • 12th constituency: ENS 39.19%; UG 28.74% and UXD 14.61%
  • 13th constituency: ENS 38.90%; UG 37.07%; RN 13.97%
  • 14th constituency: ENS 48.09%; LR 17.76%; UXD 17.54 and UG 13.57%
  • 15th constituency: DVG 41.94%; UG 22.62%; ENS 16.16%
  • 16th: UG élu 62.31%; ENS 19.53%
  • 17th: UG élu 63.98%; ENS 17.38%
  • 18&eme: UG élu à 50.42%; ENS à 32.56%

06/30/24 – 11:30 p.m. – Emmanuelle Ménard beaten in her constituency and Béziers

Emmanuel Ménard, outgoing MP and wife of the mayor of Béziers Robert M& eacute;nard, is beaten on both counts and will have a strong chance to win. make the second round against the RN, on its own ground:

  • 6th constituency of Hérault (66.97% of voters):
  • Julien Gabarron (RN): 41.11%
  • Emmanuelle Ménard (DVD): 27.23%
  • Magali Crozier (UG): 21.03 %
  • Sarah Fatima Daudé-Allaoui (ENS): 9.87%
  • Laurent Gilhodes (EXG): 0.76%
  • Réresults à Béziers (63.89% of voters):
  • Julien Gabarron (RN): 35.07%
  • Emmanuelle Ménard (DVD): 28.83%
  • Magali Crozier (UG): 25.51%
  • Sarah Fatima Daudé-Allaoui (ENS): 9.82%
  • Laurent Gilhodes (EXG): 0.78%

30/06/24 – 23:27 – Sandrine Rousseau re-elected as of 1st round à Paris

Sandrine Rousseau was é re-elected in the 9th constituency of Paris in the first round of these legislative elections. The environmentalist is back! the National Assembly.

06/30/24 – 11:26 p.m. – Ruffin in tê te à Amiens, but not in the constituency

Arrival second in his constituency, François Ruffin nevertheless arrived at the head of the first round of legislative elections in the city of Amiens with 52.89% of the votes. Here are the detailed results. Amiens:

  • François Ruffin (UG): 52.89%
  • Nathalie Ribeiro Ticket (RN): 25.91%
  • Albane Branlant (ENS): 19.05%
  • Jean-Patrick Baudry (EXG): 1.68%
  • Bruno Dumont (DVC): 0.47%

30/06/24 – 23:24 – Mathilde Panot reéélue

Mathilde Panot announces on X that she woné the vote in the 10th constituency of Val-de-Marne. The president of the LFI group & the National Assembly received the majority absolute in his constituency. She's back à the National Assembly.

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Results of the legislative elections 2024

Here are the latest estimates of the results of the first round according to the Ipsos Talan institute for France 2 this Sunday. The RN is therefore well ahead with more than 33% of the votes, ahead of the New Popular Front & close to 30% and Together – Majority &agrav; a little more than 20%:

Result in number of seats the outcome of legislative legislation 2024

Ipsos also carried out projections in number of seats è based on its estimates from the first round of legislative elections. Here are the ranges that should fall into place. each block à the outcome of the second round next week. The National Rally seems very close to the 289 seats necessary to obtain a majority. absolute:

The unknown of the triangulars and vote carryovers in the second round

Pollsters have a lot of trouble finding out what to do. refine their projection model for the 2nd round due to the local nature of the 577 ballots. But another parameter complicates the task of institutes in trying to estimate the results of the 2nd round of legislative elections: participation ;being strong – she is esteemed more than 66% in the first round – these elections are marked by the organization of numerous triangulars, probably close to 300. This happens when three candidates obtain ;at least 12.5% ​​of the votes of voters registered in the 1st round. But the more people vote, the more the qualification threshold drops. 

In the event of numerous triangulars, the results of the 2nd round of legislative elections become more and more uncertain. Mechanically it is the far right which is the most advantaged, due to the scattering of votes between the two other candidates. In the event of a competitor withdrawing "to block off" &agrav; the far right, on the other hand, is often the loser. What will the candidates involved in triangulars do? are very important for understanding the results of legislative legislation.

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How are the results of legislative elections established ?

Legislative elections in France are organized according to a single-member majority voting system. two towers. The country is divided into 577 constituencies, each electing a deputy. &agrav; the National Assembly. When the results are announced, to be elected in the first round, a candidate must obtain more than 50% of the votes cast and a number of votes at least equal to 25% of registered voters. If no candidate meets these conditions, a second round is organized.

Only candidates having received at least 12.5% ​​of the votes of registered voters during the results of the first round can run in the second round. If only one candidate meets this condition, the candidate arrives. in second position is also qualified. The second round often sees strategic alliances and withdrawals between parties to maximize the chances of victory against a common opponent.

Legislative results, majority and government

The results of legislative elections determine the majority. parliamentary à the National Assembly. The party or coalition of parties with the greatest number of seats generally forms a majority. &agrav; the Assembly, which can be absolute (289 seats) or relative, and therefore orient more or less strongly the priorities of the country and the laws that will be voted on during the mandate. A majority parliamentary stability allows the government to function effectively and carry out à well his reforms. In the event of absence of a majority, absolute for a single party, majorities and therefore coalition governments can be formed.

The government is responsible to parliament, which can validate or reject it during a vote of confidence or after the tabling ;t of a motion of censure, it must therefore be in phase with this majority. exit from the polls. After the results of the legislative elections, the President of the Republic therefore generally appoints a Prime Minister, from his party in case of victory or of the majority party if another sensitivityé wins.

If the President of the Republic and the majority parliamentary belong à opposing parties, a situation of cohabitation occurs. In this case, the Prime Minister, who holds daily executive power, may have political views that diverge from those of the President, leading to tensions and compromises.

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