Tuesday, May 08, 2007

Who voted for Sarkozy and who did not.

Those who voted for Nicolas Sakrozy (conservative)?

  • people from 25 to 34 years old (working youths) (57% of the votes)
  • people from 60 to 69 years old (61%)
  • people over 70 years old (68%)
  • people without a degree (51%)
  • men (54%) and more surprisingly women (52%)

Where?

  • in rural areas (57%)
  • in smaller cities (of fewer than 100,000 people) (55%)
  • in 16 regions (out of a total of 22) (North and East)

What jobs?

  • artisans and shopkeepers (82%)
  • farmers (67%)
  • professionals and senior executives (52%)
  • employees in the private sector(53%)
  • independent workers (77%)
  • retirees (65%)
  • people on ‘lower middle incomes’ (53%), ‘middle incomes’ (52%), 'top incomes' (57%)


Who voted for Ségolène royale (Socialist)

  • people from 18 to 24 years old(58%)
  • people from 45 to 59 years old (55%)

Where?

  • 6 regions in the West (Auvergne, Poitou-Charentes, Aquitaine, Bretagne, Midi-Pyrénées, Limousin.)

What jobs?

  • employees (51%)
  • low-skilled workers (54%)
  • employees in the public sector (57%)
  • unemployed (75%)
  • students (58%)
  • people on low incomes (56%)


Equal split between Sarkoy and Royal:

  • people from 35 to 44 years old
  • people in the cities of more than 100,000 habitants and in the Paris area.

Motivation for voting
- 77% of Nicolas Sarkozy’s
electorate « wanted him to be the president », which is 22 more points than those who voted for Ségolène Royal for whom «blocking Nicolas Sarkozy » was a major motivation (42%).

Source: http://www.ipsos.fr/CanalIpsos/poll/8450.asp

1 Comments:

At 07:32, Blogger On en parle said...

According to Ipsos, what surprises me is that Sarko is the winner vs Royal whatever the degrees !

 

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