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L’électorat présidentiel de Ségolène Royal : premiers éléments d’analyse

Abstract : For the third consecutive time, the left-wing has just lost the presidential election. Based on two surveys of the Panel électoral français 2007 of Cevipof (pre-and post-presidential), this article defends the thesis according to which the defeat of the left-wing deceived from the first ballot because of the weakness of the socialist candidate’s electorate. This April 22, Ségolène Royal made a success of a real, but limited social redeployment of the socialist electorate of 2002. She joined together on its name of the voters linked by a strong left-wing policy identity, but in addition expressing a relative half-heartedness with respect to the specific proposals of their candidate, a disenchantment with regard to the politics and a limited confidence in the chances of the left’s victory. This weakness restrained the mobilization of second ballot, opposite an UMP adversary supported by more trustful voters.
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Elisabeth Dupoirier. L’électorat présidentiel de Ségolène Royal : premiers éléments d’analyse. Revue Francaise de Science Politique, Fondation Nationale des Sciences Politiques, 2007, 57 (3-4), pp.475 - 487. ⟨10.3917/rfsp.573.0475⟩. ⟨hal-03471889⟩



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