Jean-Luc Melenchon, who missed the second round in the presidential election's second round, is back at the forefront of these legislative elections. The New Popular Ecological and Social Union, which brings together the major left-wing parties, was slightly ahead of the first round. It received 25 7% of votes, according to the IfopFiducial institute. The coalition of the presidential majorities (Ensemble) is trailing the union of the Left. Just behind them with 25% of the vote was the union of left. The National Rally (RN), which received 19.3% of the vote, was ahead of Les Republicains and its allies (LR) with 11.6%.
The projection of the number of seats in National Assembly shows that the Macronist coalition has the majority of the deputies, even though the two formations appear to be tied at the polls. The Head of State may not be able to win the absolute majority of 289 seats. According to Ifop projections, Together! Together! could win between 275-310 deputies, which is a significant increase from the 346 currently elected deputies.
The Nupes would gain between 180 and210 deputies to become the first opposition force. The third force would be the LR and UDI, which would have 40-60 deputies. The RN would be on the extreme right with a minimum of five seats and a maximum number of 25 deputies. Marine Le Pen's party cannot be guaranteed to get a parliamentary seat, as it requires 15 deputies. Reconquest!, the party led by Eric Zemmour who was eliminated in round one, would have zero to three deputies.