France's Juppe seen winning first primary debate - poll



Former Prime Minister Alain Juppe was seen as the winner of the first debate on Thursday among candidates for the centre-right's nomination in France's 2017 presidential election, a poll published immediately afterward showed.
Juppe, already the front-runner on a centrist platform of "happy identity" which he said in the televised debate meant giving voters hope, was seen as most convincing by 32 percent of those who said they would vote in the end-November primaries.
The poll was conducted as an online survey of 885 voters by polling firm Elabe commissioned by news network BFM... read more

 
14 October 2016 in World News, Views: 38
Source: Reuters
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