From 12.2.30 to 14.00 - Light lunch served
Only two weeks before Party of the European Socialists Congress in Lisbon and six months before the 2019 European Elections, join the debate to understand who are the supporters of the Parti Socialiste français and La République en Marche.
What do they believe in? What are their positions on key political issues? Based on the data of the panel that Cevipof and Ipsos have launched since November 2015, Gilles Finchelstein will draw an unprecedented survey profiling supporters of the these two French parties.
En s’appuyant sur les données du panel que le Cevipof et Ipsos ont lancé depuis novembre 2015, Gilles Finchelstein dresse un véritable portrait-robot des sympathisants de LREM, à partir d’un échantillon de près de 1700 personnes. Une étude inédite qui permet de comprendre qui ils sont, ce à quoi ils croient et leurs positions sur les principaux enjeux politiques.
12.30 - Presentation of the survey
Gilles Finchelstein, General Director of the Jean Jaurès Foundation
12.50 - Discussants
Pervenche Bérès, S&D French Member of the European Parliament
Ania Skrzypek, FEPS Senior Research Fellow
Alain Bloëdt, Editor-in-Chief The Progressive Post
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