Mélenchon relays fake news after an Ipsos poll (then deletes his tweet)

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POLITICS - The problem with conspiracy analyzes is that they are very often based on wind. Jean-Luc Mélenchon experienced it this Saturday, January 22. The rebellious candidate for the presidential election, visibly unhappy with a poll published in Le Monde, decided to attack the polling institute Ipsos, questioning his probity. In this vast study carried out in partnership with the Center for Research...
4 months ago

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Mélenchon relays fake news after an Ipsos poll (then deletes his tweet)

POLITICS - The problem with conspiracy analyzes is that they are very often based on wind. Jean-Luc Mélenchon experienced it this Saturday, January 22. The rebellious candidate for the presidential election, visibly unhappy with a poll published in Le Monde, decided to attack the polling institute Ipsos, questioning his probity. In this vast study carried out in partnership with the Center for Research...

4 months ago·Paris, France
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