Share of vote for major center-right and left parties in France 1962-2017

In the 2017 French legislative elections, the Republican Party and the Socialist Party both had their lowest share of the vote in over 50 years, with both parties losing votes to the newly formed En Marche! party as well as Marine Le Pen's National Front.

Share of vote for major center-right and left parties in legislative elections in France from 1962 to 2017

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Source

Release date

August 2019

Region

France

Survey time period

1962 to 2017

Supplementary notes

*2017 - Les Republicans
2002-2012 UMP
1981-1997 RPR & UDF
1978 RPR & RP
1968-1973 UDR
1962-1967 UNR-UDT

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