Friday Caption Contest (Train in Ukraine Edition)

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French Election Exit Poll Projects Macron Victory

Official exit poll results:

Emmanuel Macron: 58.2%

Marine Le Pen: 41.8%

A 16-point lead for Macron, versus a 32-point win back in 2017…

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Macron Has Double Digit Lead According to Polls mdi-timer 23 April 2022 @ 15:51 23 Apr 2022 @ 15:51 mdi-twitter mdi-facebook mdi-whatsapp mdi-telegram mdi-linkedin mdi-email mdi-comment View Comments Caption Contest (La Debat Édition)

Entries in the comments…

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Exit Polls Point to Macron Versus Le Pen, Difficult to Call Final Result

Emmanuel Macron is set to face Marine Le Pen, exit polls predict 28% and 23% respectively of the vote in the first round, according to projections by polling institute Ipsos.

Left-wing Jean-Luc Mélenchon comes in third, with 20% of the vote. Zemmour got 7% and conservative Valérie Pécresse from Les Républicains 5%. Which implies 20% of the also ran vote was to the left and 12% to the right. Whether those votes transfer directly is questionable, much of the left-wing vote will stay home and some centre-right voters will back Macron rather than Le Pen. How much decides the result…

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Le Pen Closes Gap Further as France Enters Final Day of Campaigning

As if the race for the Presidency of France couldn’t get any tighter, Macron’s three-point lead from Tuesday has closed even further. A poll out this morning for the New Statesman now puts the gap down to just two percent, with Macron on 51% to Le Pen’s 49%.

A different poll out yesterday afternoon had the gap even closer, with just 1% between the two. The campaign period for the first round ends at midnight tonight, with voters going to the polls on Sunday. A real nail biter…

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