According to Reuters, a poll carried out by the BVA organisation for L’Express, to be released tomorrow, gives the "no" campaign an overwhelming 58 percent of those intending to vote, its highest scoring yet.
This was from a sample of 815 people, carried out on 18 and 19 April, and represents a five point increase on the poll carried out by the same organisation over 8-9 April, before the television intervention of Chirac. Of this total sample in the poll, 29 percent of those interviewed did not express a preference.
Jerome Sainte-Marie, director of BVA-Opinion, states that greatest increase in the "nons" have come from the Left, delivering an additional seven points, but even Chirac's UMP supporters have increased their opposition by one point.
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