Politico Europe reports:
Voters in France return to the polling booths on Sunday in a second-round runoff vote to decide who will be their president for the next five years — the incumbent Emmanuel Macron or his far-right rival Marine Le Pen.
All available voting intention polls aggregated in our POLITICO Poll of Polls show Macron winning reelection with 55 percent of the second-round vote, 10 points clear of Le Pen. This margin of victory though would be narrower than in the 2017 election.
Victory in the runoff – for either candidate – may depend on how supporters of veteran left winger Jean-Luc Mélenchon will vote. He was the surprise package of the first round, coming in third with close to 22 percent of the votes.
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Voters in France will return to the polling booths on Sunday for a second-round runoff vote to decide who will be their president for the next five years — the incumbent Macron or his far-right rival Le Pen.
Here’s what the final polling trends look like https://t.co/hmanvMUAI8
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