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“The Charlie effect” did not last long. François Hollande and Manuel Valls lose 5 and 7 respectively popularity points in February, marking a decline in their popularity surge seen in January after the attacks occurred in France, according to an Ifop poll for the Journal Sunday and Public Hemisphere.
The president is credited with 24% satisfied (down 5 points since January) and the Prime Minister of 46% (-7 points).
It rose however by 9 points among supporters of Europe Ecology / The Greens ( from 32 to 41% satisfied) and remains very low among those of IDU (15-6%) and the UMP (12 to 4%).
The popularity rating of President of the Republic was the highest month of his election in May 2012 (61% satisfied. It fell below 50% in September 2012 (43% satisfied), threshold refranchi since it no longer.
Manuel Valls his side has a higher level of satisfaction among supporters of the Socialist Party (83% in February against 88 in January). It remains virtually stable in those of Europe Ecology / The Greens (58% in February, 60% in January). It gets a satisfaction index of 40 points among sympathizers of IDU (65% in January) and from 47% satisfaction among supporters of the UMP to 34%.
He recorded a satisfaction rate of 58% in April 2014, when his appointment Prime Minister. It has declined steadily since, with the exception of January 2015 when, after the attacks, his popularity rose again above 50% satisfied (53%, against 35% in December 2014).
The survey was conducted by self-administered online questionnaire and by telephone from February 12 to 21 with a sample of 1,972 people representative of the French population aged 18 years and over (quota method).