Macron Vs. Le Pen: What do the latest polls say

Recent opinion polls in the run-up to Sunday’s French presidential election show that Emmanuel Macron has a 10% to 15% advantage over the far-right candidate, Marine Le Pen.

The survey, with the largest gap between the current president and Le Pen, was prepared by the Ipsos-Sopra Steria office for Franின்ois Radio and Radio. Le Parisien newspaperEmmanuel Macron achieved the target of 57% of the vote and Marine Le Pen 43%.

This is the biggest difference of this second round and takes place two days after the debate between the candidates, where Macron dominated for three hours face to face, according to the general press, where Le Pen showed some reluctance, sobriety and smallness. mistakes.

Already Elbe cabinet survey BFMTV TV And in the “L’express” magazine published this afternoon, 55.5% of respondents voted in favor of Emmanuel Macron, while Le Pen received 44.5% of the vote.

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In another poll, Ifop-Fiducial Office for LCI Television, Sud Radio and Magazine Paris competition55% of the respondents voted for the president and 45% of the leader of the far right.

According to the Ipsos-Sopra Steria poll, there will still be 11% of French voters who have not decided who they will vote for and the number of blank and null votes is expected to increase, with many voters being expelled. In the first round, far-left leader Jean-Luc Mன்சlenchon will have to vote for white.

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Polling offices predict that abstention in this second round could increase, to a record high of 25.44% in the second round of 2017, and that Elabe did not vote between 28% and 32%. Today the spring school holidays begin in two parts of France and take many French people abroad.

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If they do not come to the country on April 24 or are unable to vote, many French people vote by proxy, giving the person they want the right to vote. In the first round, 1.5 million French people chose this method and during the day, queues were seen at various police stations to check the turnout.

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