sEmmanuel Macron is 14 points ahead of Marine Le Pen, according to the latest Ipsos-Sopra Steria poll. The incumbent president is now on 57% of the turnout intent while his rivals are at 43%.
Given these figures, the outgoing president is on track to extend the Elysee’s presidential palace for another five years. To the great relief of those in France and abroad who fear seeing extreme authority, a world power, a member of the United Nations Security Council and one armed with nuclear weapons, takes the reins.
On 10 April, more than 30% of French people voted for a far-right candidate – Marine Le Pen won 23.15% of the vote, former ethicist Eric Zemour, 7.07%.
The outgoing president is creating strong animosity after a five-year term beset by crises, from the popular movement of “yellow vests” to COVID-19.
According to a survey by the Political Research Center of the prestigious Sciences Po School in Paris, 38% of Marine Le Pen voters chose him as the first to block Emmanuel Macron’s path.
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