Of the 5,185 registered voters, 2,392 voted.
Voter turnout is only 46%, almost 10 points less than in 2017. On Sunday, April 10, more than 2,000 French citizens living in Monaco expressed their views, despite a higher abstention rate than the last presidential election. But who did the majority of the inhabitants vote for?
Monaco’s major duo will face off in the second round of April 24th. Emmanuel Macron (LREM) came first with 789 votes, followed by Marine Le Pen (RN) with 568 votes. The scores were so close between the right and left edges that they changed very much at the last minute, with Eric Zemmour (Rekonkete) in third place with 426 votes.
The gap then widened, with fourth-placed Jean-Luc Melenchon (LFI) winning 157 votes. Valerie Pécrès (LR) and Janic Jadot (EELV) lag behind with 144 and 113 votes, respectively.
At the bottom of the list, as in France, Nicolas Dupont-Aignant (DLF, 72 votes), Jean Lassalle (Resiston, 51 votes), Anne Hidalgo (PS, 17 votes), Fabrian Roussel (PS, 17 votes). There are PCF, 15 votes). , Philippe Poutou (NPA, 10 votes) and Nathalie Arthaud (LO, 4 votes).
https://www.monaco-tribune.com/en/2022/04/presidential-elections-2022-who-did-the-prinicipalitys-french-voters-pick-in-the-first-round/ Who did the French voters of Prinicipality choose in the first round?