The popularity rating of French President Emmanuel Macron has risen slightly over the past few days.
Report informs citing the Interfax that the due results of a survey were published on Friday by BVA.
According to the publication, the activity of the French leader is currently approved by 32% of the French, which is three percentage points higher than in early April.
Moreover, the survey was conducted on April 17-18, just a few days after the fire in Notre Dame Cathedral.
The survey also showed that about 70% of the French watched Macron's televised speech following the fire in Notre Dame. In addition, 62% of the population positively assessed his reaction and actions after the incident.
More than 1,000 people took part in the survey.