Sun Apr 29th, 2007 at 08:26:47 AM EST
My first diary will be 'hit and run'. Not what I expected, but I am completely taken aback by the latest Ifop poll.... results there:
Ifop Intention de Vote (PDF)
From the diaries ~ whataboutbob
Nicolas Sarkozy perd 1,5 point mais battrait Ségolène Royal par 52,5 % des voix contre 47,5 %, selon un sondage Ifop-Fiducial réalisé pour M6 et Le Journal du Dimanche, rendu public samedi 28 avril.
So Le Monde has nothing better to say. Well.
So the candidate that talks most about working hard, labor flexibility and 'reform' appeals to those who don't work anymore. And the voters who still work don't massively buy the neoliberal rethoric. Is Sarkozy solely supported by his tough stance on security issues?
Ifop poll results from last week, April 22nd:
Seriously, do I see something that's not there, or this a real change? the 36-64 have changed side last week, but the 65+ have radicalised their stance, and will tip the scale in favor of Sarkozy. Have the CPE 'generational war' thesis found convincing evidence? and are we *