The far-right candidate for the French presidency, Marin Le Pen, narrows the gap with the outgoing president Emanuel Macron in the run-up to the second round of the presidential elections, according to a poll released today, according to which the abstention rate is expected. even bigger.
OpinionWay-Kea Partners poll conducted by Les Echos and Radio Classique shows Le Pen narrowing the gap between the two runners-up by one percentage point, although Macron remains the winner of the second round with 54 % of votes.
The same poll predicts turnout reduced by 1%, to 70%, from 74.56% in the last presidential elections of 2017, which was already the lowest since 1969.
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