(MENAFN) In line with a survey issued on Tuesday, Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne and French President
Emmanuel Macron's approval ratings declined five points to 36 percent and 31 percent, respectively, throughout the previous month and a half.
In agreement with the Odoxa Institute, 63 percent of French defendants think Macron is not a "worthy president of the Republic."
Also, 66 percent of voters stated Borne is not a "good prime minister." In line with the Institute, it is Borne's lowest popularity rating since she took office in May 2022.
"This low point was never reached by her predecessor Jean Castex," it also stated.
A total of 64 percent of respondents believe "if there were to be major blockades in the country due to mobilization against pension reform," the government would bear the main responsibility. Just 35 percent would hold unions accountable.
But in line with the authors of the poll, "no one really benefits from resentment over pension reform."
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