Photo: Axel G

The list led by Raphaël Glucksmann comes first in the two Marais districts with 29,41% in the 3rd arrondissement and 29,41% in the 4th. She is also winner in the 2nd, 5th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th, 13th, 14th and 18th.

In the Marais, Valérie Hayer's Macronist list comes in second position with just over 20% of the votes. In the 3rd arrondissement, the ecologists and France Insoumise come in third and fourth positions respectively; in the
4th is the opposite. And this, with scores ranging from approximately 10 to 12%.

The Republican right represented by François-Xavier Bellamy comes in fifth place (with 8% in the 27rd and 3% in the 9,67th). Finally, the National Rally of Jordan Bardella obtains 4% in the 5,93rd and 3% in the 8,39th. The far right can
also count on approximately 5% of Marion Maréchal-Le Pen’s Reconquest list in the two Marais districts.

Here are the complete results from Paris Center (1st, 2nd, 3 and 4th arrondissement) where twenty lists obtained fewer than 100 votes. Better yet: 11 lists received fewer than 10 votes in total in the four districts!

Participation rate in Paris Center: 60,23% (40 votes cast)

Waking up Europe, Raphaël GLUCKSMANN: 26,48% (10)

Need for Europe, Valérie HAYER: 21,78% (8)

Europe Ecology List, Manon AUBRY: 11,93% (4)

Rebellious France, Marie TOUSSAINT: 11,3% (4)

The Right, François-Xavier BELLAMY: 9,25% (3)

National gathering, Jordan BARDELLA: 7,33% (2)

Reconquest, Marion MARÉCHAL: 5,43% (2)

Animalist party, Hélène THOUY: 1,3% (531)

French Communist Party, Léon DEFFONTAINES: 1,14% (467)

François ASSELINEAU: 0,74% (301)

Jean-Marc GOVERNATORI: 0,55% (225)

Florian PHILIPPOT: 0,51% (210)

Marine CHOLLEY: 0,50% (204)

Caroline ZORN: 0,36% (149)

Yann WEHRLING: 0,30% (123)

Jean LASSALLE: 0,26% (107)

Nathalie ARTHAUD: 0,21% (87)

Guillaume LACROIX: 0,16% (64)

Pierre LARROUTUROU: 0,11% (47)

Selma LABIB: 0,10% (41)

Georges RENARD-KUZMANOVIC: 0,07% (29)

Audric ALEXANDRE: 0,03% (14)

Francis LALANNE: 0,03% (13)

Gaël COST-MEUNIER: 0,03% (13)

Laure PATAS D’ILLIERS: 0,02% (9)

Hamada TRAORÉ: 0,01% (4)

Philippe PONGE: 0,01% (3)

Pierre-Marie BONNEAU: 0,01% (3)

Lorys ELMAYAN: 0,01% (3)

Olivier TERRIEN: 0% (2)

Michel SIMONIN: 0% (2)

Camille ADOUE: 0% (2)

Patrice GRUDÉ: 0% (1)

Charles HOAREAU: 0% (1)

Edouard HUSSON: 0% (1)

Nagib AZERGUI: 0% (1)

Text: Katia Barillot

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