MARINE LE PEN Leads All Candidates in Last Minute Leaked French Poll

Marine Le Pen leads all French candidates in a last minute leaked poll published by La Libre.
Westmonster reported:

A shock leaked poll obtained by Belgian newspaper La Libre shows Marine Le Pen leading the French Presidential race on 26% , with conservative Francois Fillon in second place on 22% .

If that result played out today it would mean that establishment favourite Emmanuel Macron would be knocked out and that Le Pen would take on Fillon one-on-one.

That would be highly significant as Le Pen has polled best against Fillon, as high as 47% .

Via La Libre:

Last night, unveiled the figures of the latest poll conducted at the request of a candidate’s team at a well-known polling institute after the attack on the Champs-Elysees. Due to French electoral legislation and in order to protect our source, we can not disclose the technical details of this investigation. Remember also that a poll is a “photo” of opinion at a given time. That said, the trend seems to be influenced by the terrorist threat that made a remarkable comeback at the very end of the election campaign, although the vote remains particularly tight and still uncertain given the margins of error of the investigations.

Marine Le Pen would be leading with 26% . François Fillon would slightly ahead Emmanuel Macron with 22% , against 21% for the former Minister of Economy of François Hollande. The two candidates, however, remain within the margin of error, as in other polls published this week.

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