Legislative results 2022: Full card of the RN in the Pas-de-Calais, surge of the left in the North
The North to the left, the Pas-de-Calais to the far right. Seven weeks after the re-election of Emmanuel Macron as head of the country, the French were again called to the polls to form the next National Assembly. In the Nord and Pas-de-Calais, the turnout was almost identical to that of the 2017 legislative elections. 20 minutes gives you some lessons to draw from this election.
The union of the left is gaining momentum in the North
Narrowly elected in 2017 in Lille, Adrien Quatennens this time managed to exceed 50% in the first round. Due to the abstention, a second round will nevertheless be necessary. In the Lille metropolis, La Nupes is also well ahead in the 2nd (Ugo Bernalicis), in the 8th (David Guiraud) and, to a lesser extent, the 11th (Roger Vicot). In the 20th, the communist presidential candidate, Fabien Roussel (34.4%) is closely followed by the RN Guillaume Florquier (32%). The duel looks very close.
Among the candidates of the presidential majority, only Gérald Darmanin will calmly approach the second round. The Minister of the Interior obtains nearly 40% of the votes in the 1st round. He will face an unknown, Leslie Mortreux, under the Nupes label. Overall, Nupes comes first in the North (26.4%) ahead of the RN (24.5%) and Together (23.8%).
The RN is refueling in Pas-de-Calais
In this department, the RN candidates all manage to make it to the second round. A first in the history of the legislative election. With in particular 9 favorable ballots out of 12, including that of Marine Le Pen in Hénin-Beaumont. The head of the RN could even have been elected in the 1st round with a higher turnout. Opposite her, she will find the ecologist Marine Tondelier who won 23% of the vote. The suspense is likely to be absent.
The 6th constituency gives the new Minister of Health, Brigitte Bourguignon, a small advantage for the second round, against Christian Engrand (RN).
Discover first round results of the 2022 legislative elections by constituency in each city and department.