Poll: French right.wing candidate could win presidential election
Valerie Pecresse, the candidate of the right-wing Republican party Les Republicains in France’s presidential election scheduled for spring, would win 20 percent of the vote in the first round and defeat incumbent President centrist Emmanuel Macron in the second round, according to the latest poll. which is reported today by the local media.The poll was conducted after Valerie Pecresse won the recent party elections and after two minutes, the extreme right-winger Eric Zemmour and the leader of the radical left, Jean-Luc Melenchon.

Macron, who has not yet officially run, would win 23 percent of the vote in the first round, but would be defeated in the second round because he would get 48 percent of the vote, and Valerie Pekres 52 percent.

In the first round, the leader of the extreme right-wing party Le Rassemblement National, Marin Le Pen, would get 15 percent of the vote, and Zemur 14 percent.

Representatives of the left would win 10 percent, according to the poll.

France’s online BMFTV and the newspaper L’Express have warned that opinion polls before some elections do not predict the outcome of the vote. They only indicate the current relationship of political forces.

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