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POLITICS – In a month’s time it will be time to go to your polling station. The first round of the presidential elections will indeed take place on Sunday 10 April. But with the war in Ukraine mobilizing much of the media and political attention, it can be hard to project yourself into this election that will designate Emmanuel Macron’s successor.

The latter is now the big favorite in his succession, as you can see below in our poll compiler (read the methodology at the end of the article). The candidate president also benefits from the conflict at the gates of the European Union. At the forefront of Western response to Vladimir Putin, he has seen his voting intentions soar since late February and exceed 30% on average

Conversely, Éric Zemmour is largely suffering from the situation and the far-right candidate is now far behind Marine Le Pen;at 17.4%, it is the highest since the beginning of the year† The former journalist is competing for third place with Valérie Pécresse who has not stopped falling since January and with Jean-Luc Mélenchon who, on the contrary, has experienced a positive dynamic since February. At about 12% it is at its maximum since the start of the compiler

In addition to these five candidates hoping to make it to the second round, two (Yannick Jadot and Fabien Roussel) are mainly looking at the 5% bar that will help them reimburse their campaign costs. The others fight to survive, but the battle promises to get complicated.

The Twelve Official Candidates for the Presidential Election

The Constitutional Council on Monday, March 7, endorsed the list of 12 candidates for the elections on April 10 and 24. So the outgoing president has 11 rivals, four women and seven men.

Five are candidates for the first time (Yannick Jadot, Anne Hidalgo, Valérie Pécresse, Fabien Roussel, Éric Zemmour), two are candidates for the second time (Jean Lassalle and Emmanuel Macron) and five are candidates for the third time (Nathalie Arthaud, Nicolas Dupont-Aignan, Marine Le Pen, Jean-Luc Mélenchon, Philippe Poutou).

This is who they are and what their heritage is, as deposited with the High Authority for the Transparency of Public Life (HATVP)


  • Natalie Arthaud, Workers' Struggle (LO)

    Regis Duvignau via Reuters

    course:
    52 years old, 3rd presidential candidate
    Spokesperson for Lutte Ouvrière since 2008.

    Heritage: She co-owns a 48 m2 apartment in Pantin (Seine-Saint-Denis), whose share is valued at 177,600 euros. Savings of less than 40,000 euros.

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  • Fabien Roussel, PCF

    JOEL SAGET via AFP

    course:
    52 years old, 1st presidential candidate
    Deputy since 2017 and National Secretary of the PCF.

    Heritage: He owns two houses in the north, one of 100 m2 in full ownership for 180,000 euros, the other 60% owned for 120,000 euros. He took out a mortgage (of which EUR 92,770 remains to be repaid) and a zero-interest loan (EUR 6,130 remaining). One of his accounts was in the red on the date of his declaration, at -219 euros.

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  • Emmanuel Macron

    Thomas Samson via Reuters

    course:
    44 years old, 2nd presidential candidate
    President of the Republic since 2017.

    Heritage: As in 2017, he declared an inheritance consisting mainly of bank accounts and financial instruments: an LDD supplemented with 120,000 euros and a Livret A of 22,000 euros; life insurance with a surrender value of 113,000 euros. He still has to repay about 122,500 euros from a loan for works that he took out in 2011.

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  • Jean Lassalle, let's resist!

    Stephane Mahe via Reuters

    course:
    66 years old, 2nd presidential candidate
    MP since 2002.

    Heritage: The former shepherd owns land in the Pyrénées-Atlantiques for 120,000 euros and also three houses and an apartment, for 680,000 euros in total.

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  • Marine Le Pen, National Rally

    THOMAS SAMSON via AFP

    course:
    53 years old, 3rd presidential candidate
    MP since 2017 and President of the RN since 2011.

    Heritage: She declared real estate for a total of 1.3 million euros: a house of 633 m2 in Hauts-de-Seine, of which she owns 12.5% ​​in SCI for an amount of 616,800 euros; a house of 120 m2 in Morbihan, of which together she owns 28.5%, or 111,883 euros; and finally a house in the Yvelines, of which she owns 25% together, or 565,801 euros.

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  • Eric Zemmour, recapture!

    JOEL SAGET via AFP

    course:
    63 years old, 1st presidential candidate
    Founder of the Reconquest!

    Heritage: He owns or co-owns five apartments in Paris ranging from 27 to 165 m², for amounts from 176,400 to 1.8 million euros. He still has about 633,000 euros to repay from four mortgages. He also owns 90% of the capital of the Rubempré publishing house, worth 1.5 million euros.

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  • Jean-Luc Mélenchon, Rebellious France

    Robert Pratta via Reuters

    course:
    70 years old, 3rd presidential candidate
    MP since 2017.

    Heritage: It consists mainly of an apartment in Paris worth 1.2 million euros, a house in the Loiret for 170,000 euros and 95,000 euros in various bank accounts. However, he still has to pay back 100,000 euros in mortgage.

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  • Anne Hidalgo, Socialist Party

    Charles Platiau via Reuters

    course:
    62 years old, 1st presidential candidate
    Mayor (PS) of Paris since 2014.

    Heritage: She and her husband own a house in Paris of 118 m² with a value of almost 1.4 million euros, of which 400,000 euros still have to be repaid. She also has about 100,000 euros in various bank accounts.

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  • Yannick Jadot, EELV

    Charles Platiau via Reuters

    course:
    54 years old, 1st presidential candidate
    Member of the European Parliament (EELV) since 2009.

    Heritage: The essence consists of a life insurance policy of 67,000 euros, 90,000 euros spread over five bank accounts and an electric scooter of 4,000 euros. His MEP mandate provides a gross income of 108,900 euros per year.

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  • Valérie Pécresse, The Republicans

    LUDOVIC MARIN via AFP

    course:
    54 years old, 1st presidential candidate
    President (LR) of the Île-de-France region since 2015.

    Heritage: She has three houses and land for a total value of more than 4.1 million euros, including a house in Yvelines and another in Loire-Atlantique. Her husband, an executive at General Electric, and she own nearly $6.5 million in life insurance, retirement savings, stock options, stocks, current accounts and various savings products, or even $60,000 in works of art. It also has a debt of one million euros, between a mortgage (811,049 euros) and a debt to the treasury of 173,749 euros.

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  • Philippe Poutou, NPA

    RAYMOND ROIG via AFP

    course:
    54 years old, 3rd presidential candidate
    NPA spokesperson.

    Heritage: The job candidate has been unemployed since his resignation from Ford’s Blanquefort plant in September 2021. He is receiving allowances as a municipal and metropolitan councilor in Bordeaux. He has no real estate, but almost 100,000 euros spread over four bank accounts.

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  • Nicolas Dupont-Aignan, on for France

    Christian Hartmann via Reuters

    course:
    61 years old, 3rd presidential candidate
    Deputy since 1997, founder of Debout la France.

    Heritage: He owns several properties, including a 105 m2 apartment in Paris with a value of 1.4 million euros. He gets most of his income from his elected office.

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The poll compiler HuffPosthow it works?

Any new poll of voting intentions for the presidential election will be taken into account in our compiler. This then calculates the new average of the scores obtained by each candidate on the last ten published surveys. The more recent the study, the greater the weight in this average. Click here to download the list of all polls used for this article. As for the daily rolls, only one survey per week is considered.

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