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Francois Hollande at the Elysée balcony February 24, 2015 – Eric Feferberg POOL

20 Minutes with AFP

20% only. A five French (21%) wish that President Hollande is in 2017 but this proportion has doubled from November (10%), according to a BVA poll for Orange and iTELE published Saturday.

Conversely, 77% of French do not want the head of state is running for a second term. A proportion similar to that observed last week by the same institute for his predecessor Nicolas Sarkozy (77% do not want it stands in 2017 against 22%).

A mediocre score but up

Mr Hollande, “This score is of course very poor, however, it is up 11 points compared to November (…) before including attacks in Paris and the great march January 11, “says Eric Bonnet, director of policy studies BVA Opinion.

The progress is” spectacular, “he says, among left-wing voters (45%, +25) and Socialist supporters (58%, +30).

Valls preference French

If Mr. Holland is not, it is his Prime Minister Manuel Valls would be by far the preferred candidate PS of French (51%, compared to November 5), far ahead of the mayor of Lille, Martine Aubry (22%, -3) and the former Minister of Economy, Arnaud Montebourg, (18%, -2). The proportion is even higher for PS supporters to Manuel Valls (64%, +15).

In addition 37% (+11 compared to July) of the French think that the situation in France will better than today by the end of the term of Francois Hollande against 61% (-10) who think it will be worse.