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Le Pen closes gap on Macron as French election campaigns ends today ahead of first vote on Sunday


Campaigning in the French presidential election ends tonight as far-right candidate Marine Le Pen continued to close the gap on Emmanuel Macron.  

President Macron’s popularity is slipping this morning with a shock poll by a Brazilian firm placing Le Pen ahead of the incumbent head of state.

Atlas Politico suggested a 50.5% share of the vote for her in the crucial second round compared to 49.5% for Mr Macron.

Macron visited a market in Neuilly-sur-Seine, near Paris this morning after a radio appearance

Macron visited a market in Neuilly-sur-Seine, near Paris this morning after a radio appearance

There are fears in the Macron camp of Marine Le Pen's chances (pictured at a rally yesterday)

There are fears in the Macron camp of Marine Le Pen’s chances (pictured at a rally yesterday)

And a YouGov poll published shortly before midday showed Le Pen gaining 3 points to a 49 percent total against Macron’s 51 percent.

The OpinionWay poll of polls, meanwhile, shows Mr Macron on 26% in the 12-candidate first round, compared to 22% for Ms Le Pen.

Mr Macron would then go on to win the second round, they found, but only with 53% of the vote compared to 47% for Ms Le…



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