View Poll Results: For whom would you vote in the 2nd round of the French Presidential election?

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  • Marine Le Pen

    80 47.34%
  • Emmanuel Macron

    89 52.66%
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    Des Quirell Des Quirell is offline
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    Macron is president. "Bon courage", Hollande mouthed as he left.
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    Breaking.. Macron announces new cabinet

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    Yanis Varoufakis has supported Macron in the second round of the election to negate the danger of the extreme right. But now he opposes him, in his pursuit of a pro-establishment, neoliberal agenda.
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    Interesting cabinet suggesting that Macron seeks a patriotic government beyond ideology. Je voudrais voir une France fort, honorable, ingénieux et sûr de soi encore. La Gauche est bête.
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    Quote Originally Posted by flavirostris View Post
    Breaking.. Macron announces new cabinet

    I am looking to recruit a crew for a bank Job........How do I find out who these people are ....?
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    Shouldn't be a problem in France, especially after the full veil vote in the French parliament.
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    Marine Le Pen is expected to abandon her campaign for France to leave the European Union and bring back the franc, following her failed presidential bid against Emmanuel Macron.

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    Both leaving the European Union and the euro were key policies set out by Ms Le Pen, despite a poll conducted just months ahead of the election showing that 72 per cent of French voters were against abandoning the euro.
    Marine Le Pen to abandon

    Well, well, well. How now brown cow. It seems Le Vache Qui Dit is about to abandon her poorly judged Frexit policy. Lots of P.ie Europhobes left with their derrieres out the window. Looks like Johnny-No-Mates Hard Brexitrons will soon only have the shoulders of Trump and Kaczinski to cry on.
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    It might be interesting to see how a Euro-reformist, but otherwise far-right candidate does.

    With Wilders and Le Pen, their position on Europe was used as a stick to beat them, but take that out and they may pick up more votes than they lose. That's particularly true in France, where their voting system might bring the anti-EU votes back to the FN in the second round.
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    Fair point. Le Pen would have run Macron a lot closer or even won if she hadn't been advocating voter toxic Frexit. But moderation isn't the nature of that beast.

    Things could be quite different in 5 years for Macron. However, they could be different for Le Pen too if the centre right can get the right candidate. Incidentally, you'd have to suspect an SPD led government in Germany in 5 years. That would in some ways favour the prospects of a centre right French president.
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