Yeah, I like him too. These days when you're French president you basically have no chance of being popular in the polls because society is fragmented and there is a distrust of leadership, but I actually think he's not doing too badly even at that level. And he's had to face serious challenges (the yellow vests in particular). I think he wants to continue to reform the country as much as possible but he has to make sure that this won't lead to some kind of social explosion or revolution. I think at this point he knows that one of the keys is simply to work on his messaging and image. A lot of people resent him because he gives the vibe of being a member of the technocratic elite. They think 'he used to work for Rotschild, he's clearly working for the banks' etc. This doesn't make a whole lot of sense when you look at it in more detail but it has to be taken into account if he wants his messaging about policy to be inclusive. When he began as president I think he was too optimistic about people understanding the point of his vision and being willing to make short-term sacrifices for it (via reform). But I hope and do believe that he is maturing. I will most likely vote for him again in 2022.