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Published surveys reveal that extreme right leads French elections
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The release of surveys that took place this Thursday (20) on the parliamentary elections in France shows that Marine Le Pen's National Union party leads voting intentions. This leaves left and center parties behind.

According to Pollster IFOP, which measured the ratings for TF1 (France's largest audience channel) and Le Figaro (largest and oldest French daily newspaper), Le Pen's party would secure 34% of the votes, while Le Pen's party would left-wing Popular Front would get 29% and the center coalition Together for Macron would reach 22%.


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President Emmanuel Macron, leader of the centrist coalition in France (photo: Reproduction/Hannibal Hanschke/Getty Images Embed)


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Another survey, this time by Harris Interactive — led by RTL (commercial radio network), M6 TV and Challenges Magazine (French magazine that tells everything about finance) — placed União Nacional (far-right) with 33%, the left totaling 26% and President Emmanuel Macron's coalition behind them, with 21% of intentions. The simulation of the national popular vote does not allow for an exact prediction of the result, since the elections on June 30 and July 7 will be held by a two-round majority in each administrative division.

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Government concern

The campaign for early elections began on Monday (17) in France and opinion polls already suggested that the extreme right would win. And the president's allies reinforced warnings that a victory for Le Pen, or for the left, would bring financial instability. They insisted that the victory of any of these would impose chaos on France, shaking the economy and affecting jobs, Prime Minister Gabriel Attal even told RTL radio.

Thus, Macron's bet, to supplant the other parties with just a few weeks to prepare for the vote, based on what was seen in the polls released today, did not work out very well: the president's centrist alliance occupies only third place, behind even from a leftist party.

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Featured photo: Marine Lepen, leader of the National Union party — France (Reproduction/Thierry Chesnot/Getty Images Embed)

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