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Result of the 2024 legislative elections: another slap in the face for Macron, all the scores revealed

“Result of the 2024 legislative elections: another slap in the face for Macron, all the scores revealed”

The president has apparently lost his bet: the results of the first round of the 2024 legislative elections give this Sunday evening the RN very You are well ahead, in front of the left. Jordan Bardella gets closer to Matignon.

►Find your municipality or constituency to consult the lists of legislative candidates:   The essentials

The results of the first round of the legislative elections, revealed at 8 p.m. this Sunday, are very clear: it is a rout for Emmanuel Macron and his allies. The National Rally is well ahead, ahead of the New Popular Front. Ensemble is only third. Here are the results of each political bloc according to an initial Ifop estimate for TF1 and LCI, at National scale:

  • National Rally and allies: 34.2% (240 to 270 seats)
  • New Popular Front: 29.1% (180 to 200 seats)
  • Renaissance and allies: 21.5% (60 to 90 seats)
  • The Republicans and various right : 10% (30 to 50 seats)
  • Miscellaneous: 3.3% (13 to 21 seats)
  • Far left: 1.3% (0 seats)
  • Reconquest: 0.6% (0 seats)

For the 2nd round of legislative elections , the number elected in the first round is significant (65 to 85) and the number of triangulars & nbsp;considerable: probably more than 280 cases of 2nd round elections with three candidates, perhaps 300 according to Ipsos. And in the majority of these triangulars, it is the candidate of the majority presidential election which is third. The question of withdrawal therefore arises this evening to block or not to block this decision. far right.

Marine Le Pen called on the French çais "à give a majority absolute to the RN so that Jordan Bardella is appointed; Prime Minister by Emmanuel Macron. On his sideé Jean-Luc Mélenchon announcedé that NFP applications will be withdrawn in the event of a third position. The majorityé presidential will withdraw its candidates "on a case-by-case basis" indicated&eac; Aurore Bergé. The Republicans  (independent of the RN) abstain voting instructions for the 2nd round in a press release published in the evening.

Note that participation is very high this Sunday, with historic mobilization higher than that of the previous year. 65%.

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9:31 p.m. – RN Sébastien Chenu éelected in the first round of legislative elections

Like Marine Le Pen in Pas-de-Calais, Sébastien Chenu wasé Elected in the first round of the legislative elections in the 19th constituency of the North with 58.35% of the votes.

François Ruffin spoke about in front of his campaign headquarters, questioned; by the journalists: "It's neither a surprise nor a clap of thunder, it's something expected and ;expected. (…) I call on the left-wing candidates to come third in these legislative elections. If I were in third position [I would have withdrawn]. The objective is that the RN does not have a majority. absolute. I am counting on the Macronists, on Gabriel Attal, on the President of the Republic, so that we can get out of this story the right way. (…) They brutalized a lot. the country. We wouldn't be there yet. if the yellow vest crisis had been treated in another way, if there had not been a forceful passage on the pension reform."

21:29 – Laurent Wauquiez in the lead in Haute-Loire against the RN

The president of the Auvergne Rhône-Alpes region and legislative candidate in the 1st constituency of Haute-Loire facing the RN candidate and ; that of the NFP (36.80% against 34.18% and 18.66%). It evokes a “chaotic political context”. "Our residents have showné their attachment à what we build together" saidé the LR executive estimating that in the second round  the choice will be between "our éteam and a completely parachuted RN candidate".

 Olivier Faure, the First Secretary of the PS, was elected in the first round with 52.9% in the 11th constituency of Seine and Marne, This is a notable victory, an important result for the boss of the PS in these legislative elections, which strengthens his creativity. eac;edibilityé within the union of the left this evening.

If the election is above all national, the results of the legislative elections must also be assessed At the local level, each MP being elected in a constituency. Beyond results in each constituency, those that will emerge also in each city will give valuable lessons on the political landscape in France in 2024. Find your constituency and your city in the map and list below to consult the latest results as well as the verdict of the polls on June 30:

  • 1st constituency of Ain
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  • 1st constituency of Aisne
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  • 1st district of Allier
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  • 1st constituency of Alpes-de-Haute-Provence
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  • 1st constituency of Hautes-Alpes
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  • 1st constituency of Alpes-Maritimes
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  • 1st constituency of Ardèche
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  • 1st district of the Ardennes
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  • 1st constituency of Lot
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  • 1st district of Lot-et-Garonne
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  • 1st constituency of Lozère
  • 1st constituency of Maine-et-Loire
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  • 1st constituency of Manche
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  • 1st district of Marne
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  • 1st constituency of Mayenne
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  • 1st constituency of Meurthe-et-Moselle
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  • 1st constituency of the Meuse
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  • 1st constituency of Morbihan
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  • 1st constituency of Moselle
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  • 1st constituency of Nièvre
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  • 1st constituency of the North
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  • 1st district of Oise
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  • 1st constituency of Pas-de-Calais
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  • 1st constituency of Puy-de-Dôme
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  • 1st constituency of Pyrénées-Atlantiques
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  • 1st constituency of Hautes-Pyrénées
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  • 1st constituency of Pyrénées-Orientales
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  • 1st constituency of Bas-Rhin
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  • 1st constituency of Haut-Rhin
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  • 1st constituency of Rhône
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  • 1st district of Haute-Saône
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  • 1st constituency of Saône-et-Loire
  • 2nd constituency of Saône-et-Loire
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  • 1st constituency of Sarthe
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  • 1st constituency of Savoie
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  • 1st constituency of Haute-Savoie
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  • 1st district of Paris
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  • 1st district of Seine-Maritime
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  • 1st constituency of Seine-et-Marne
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  • 1st constituency of Yvelines
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  • 1st district of Deux-Sèvres
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  • 1st district of Var
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  • 1st constituency of Haute-Vienne
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  • 1st district of Vosges
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  • 1st constituency of Yonne
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  • 1st district of Val-d'Oise
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21:21 – Marine Le Pen's sister leads the way in Sarthe

Parachuted into the 4th constituency of Sarthe, Marie-Caroline Le Pen arrived at the top of the election results. legislative with 39.26%. She will be facing à two opponents in the second round: New Popular Front candidate Elise Leboucher (25.94%) and Renaissance candidate Sylvie Casenave-Péré (25.88%).

François Hollande reacted to the results of the 2024 legislative elections, calling on the French to take action. a start against the far right. "Nothing was easy, because it was necessary to convince that the time was serious , that we were in the situation of an extreme right which is at the gates of power. We have à both worn a hope, but we have the imperative duty that the far right does not succeed in achieving this. have a majority &agrav; the National Assembly. The President of the Republic appears erased. The majority is in tatters. Who else but us (…) can embody the defense of the Republic ?" François Hollande is also surprised by the speeches of Jordan Bardella and Marine Le Pen, who speak as if they were speaking ;jà in power".

21:17 – LR does not give voting instructions

Several frames of LR have already made it known this evening that the party of the traditional right would not choose between the left and the far left by not making any withdrawal.

"The unprecedented and historic union that we have bât has put an end to  too many years of immobility which left the right in the role of helpless spectator of French destiny. according to Eric Ciotti, rejoicing at the victory of the National Rally, with which he is an ally. The one who is still president of Les Républicains, although contested, calls on "the whole of LR to follow the path of the unité [which he opened]. Republicans cannot abstain, they must participate in the election. the victory of the entire right.

21:12 – The PS assures that there will be no exceptions in withdrawals

Olivier Faure, the first secretary of the PS, assures this evening on France Info that “no left-wing candidate" must only be maintained “when there is a risk of electing a candidate from the far right”. "There will be no exceptions," he assures. It even fills the line already. set by Jean-Luc Mélenchon before him.

21:11 – "Victory is in sight& ;quot; welcomes Eric Ciotti

Eric Ciotti congratulated himself on his success. of "immense success" in the first round of legislative elections. "The French have clearly expressed their willé of change and alternation. with their vote they open a new path of hope on which we can straighten out our country" added the deputy outgoing candidate &agrav; his election. "Victory is in sight in the 1st, 3rd and 5th constituencies of the Alpes-Maritimes and to bring Jordan Bardella & Matignon". 

9:05 p.m. – Darmanin says he arrived in the lead in his constituency

The Minister of the Interior Gérald Darmanin, candidate for his re-election in the 10th constituency of the North, announces that he has arrived in the lead in the results of the first round of legislative elections. 

21:05 – The left withdraws in around a hundred constituencies

According to Ipsos, we must count on nearly 300 triangulars next Sunday for the 2nd round of the legislative elections. We now know that the New Popular Front is 3rd in 105 constituencies, and the Ensemble candidates are 3rd in 78 constituencies. Which means that the left is distancing itself this evening from 105 legislative elections and that it is undoubtedly necessary to ;apos;wait à a few dozen withdrawals from Ensemble! to make the RN lose.

21:03 – Renaissance calls for the withdrawal of its candidates who arrived in 3rd place< /h3>

If some members of the majority Presidential authorities announce that they want to withdraw their candidates on a case-by-case basis, Emmanuel Macron's party calls in a press release to the withdrawal of its candidates who came in 3rd position in their constituency: "We will withdraw in favor of the candidates able to beat the National Rally and with who we share the essential: the values ​​of the Republic. "Face à the threat of a victory for the far right, we call on all political groups to take action. act responsibly and do the same" can we also read in the press release.

21:01 – "Il n' “there is no longer any political label that is worth it”, according to Raphaël Glucksmann

"Everywhereù we are third, we will withdraw and we will call for help. vote for the candidate who can beat the RN", says Raphaël Glucksmann. According to him, "there there is no longer any political label that is worthwhile". 

20:56 – The danger is "the far left" according to François-Xavier Bellamy

"The danger that threatens our country today is the extreme ;th left" saidé François-Xavier Bellamy, the leader of the anti-Ciotti Republicans on BFMTV.

20:55 – What results in the 2nd round ? The RN's strategy for these lé legislative 2024

The far right wants to appear capable of forming a national union, by opening itself to the right and undoubtedly by speaking to future LR deputies who did not follow Eric Ciotti. Marine Le Pen and Jordan Bardella both said the same thing: they call the French çaà vote for RN candidates, even if they have voted today for the left or for the formations of Emmanuel Macron. With this argument: the far right is favored to form a majority. absolute and this majority would avoid an institutional blockage or a coalition excluding them. It is likely that the LRs will also be solicited and contacted by the RN executives in the coming days to discuss a broader alliance at the same time. far right.

In the 20th constituency in the North, the boss of the communist party Fabien Roussel is eliminated. from the first round. On 96% of the ballots counted, the communist candidate came in second position with 31.40%, behind the representative of the National Rally and its 49.93%. But RN Guillaume Florquin is able to qualify in the first round since he obtains the vote of 28.86% of registered voters, out of the 25% necessary for take it away. A historic result since the territory is historically classified; &agrav; left.

20:50 – "There is a loss of values ​​that is extremely worrying for the future of our country,” deplores Manuel Bompard

"There is a loss of values ​​that is extremely worrying for the future of our country", deplores Manuel Bompard, coordinator of rebellious France. Regarding voting instructions, "we will look at particular or specific situations". 

20:48 – To comment on the results, the left called left or far left

On television sets, political speakers do not have the same vocabulary at all. Right-wing personalities often use the term “extreme left”; to talk about the left. Journalists use as for à them the appropriate term, the one decided by by the Council of State: the New Popular Front is qualified as from the left. An important distinction is made by most political personnel by making a clear difference between LFI and the other parties. This is a major element: the Ensemble candidates! and will the Macronist figures make this general distinction to withdraw or not in the 2nd round of legislative elections ?

< h3 class="app_edito_title_2">20:46 – For Edouard Philippe, neither the Rassemblement nation nor France insoumise

"No vote should be cast on the candidates of the National Rally, nor on those of France Insoumise", believes Edouard Philippe. He invites the candidates of his party à withdraw in the event of a third position facing à of "r&eac;publican" from the left and the right. 

"I intend to be the Prime Minister of all the French ;ais (…), the daily Prime Minister who will put purchasing power and security among his priorities" further addedé Jordan Bardella who calls on "all French people attachedé their freedoms, the recovery of France, & join us".

20:41 – François Hollande in the lead in his constituency

< p>François Hollande arrived in the lead in the 1st constituency of Corrèze, with 36.06% of the votes. He is ahead of RN candidate Maïtey ​​Pouget with 30.67% of the vote and LR Francis Dubois (30.23%).

20:40 – A choice between "the left of the worst" and "national union" in the 2nd round according to Bardella

The presidential camp is still largely disavowed. is no longer able to win and the score is high. from the far left raises major fears. According to Jordan Bardella, two paths are available: "the left of the worst which would lead the country into disorder, " the insurrection and à the ruin of our éeconomy" and "the national union with an unprecedented alliance which is the last  patriotic rampart that can help France win".

20:39 – J&rôme Cahuzac éeliminatedé from the first round

In the 3rd constituency of Lot-et-Garonne, Jérôme Cahuzac wasé ;eacute; éeliminatedé from the first round. 

20:38 – A "verdict without appeal" favorable to the RN saluted&eac; by Bardella

“The French have lived up to their responsibilities. Once again, they have delivered an irrefutable verdict and confirmed their clear aspiration for change by putting the RN candidates in the lead. The French have given rise to unprecedented hope throughout the country. I call on them to remain mobilized in a final effort on July 7,” declared Jordan Bardella saluting his party's victory.

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Results of the 2024 legislative elections

Here are the first estimates of the results of the first round according to the Ifop institute for TF1 and LCI this Sunday at 8 p.m. The RN is therefore largely in the lead with more than 34% of the vote, ahead of the New Popular Front at nearly 30% and Ensemble – Majorité at a little over 20%:

Result in number of seats at the outcome of the 2024 legislative elections

Ifop also carried out projections for TF1 and LCI in number of seats & 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: if participation is high – it is estimated at more than 60% -, these elections will be marked by the organization of numerous triangulars, undoubtedly more than a hundred. 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. second place 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 the legislative elections determine the parliamentary majority in the National Assembly. The party or coalition of parties with the largest number of seats generally forms a majority in the Assembly, which can be absolute (289 seats) or relative, and therefore more or less strongly influence the country's priorities and the laws that will be passed during the term of office. A majority A stable parliamentary system allows the government to function effectively and carry out its reforms. In the absence of an absolute majority for a single party, majorities and therefore coalition governments can be formed.

Since the government is responsible to parliament, which can validate or reject it during a vote of confidence or after the tabling of a motion of censure, it must therefore be in line with this majority obtained at the polls. After the results of the legislative elections, the President of the Republic generally appoints a Prime Minister, from his party in the event of victory or from the majority party if another party prevails.

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

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