Emmanuel Macron: Polls show Marine Le Pen’s appeal increasing
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Emmanuel Macron would lose to Marine Le Pen in the very first round, according to the most current Ipsos survey ( Image: GETTY)
Marine Le Pen would beat Macron with 26.5 percent of the votes ( Image: GETTY)
The two leaders in France are set for a long war of words ahead of the vote in 2022, but Mr Macron has also dealt with pressure from his own party in recent months.
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Emmanuel Macron is set to come face to face with Marine Le Pen once again ( Image: PA)
To make things worse for the French President, Mr Macron is now under pressure from sanitary advisors, who are motivating him to adopt a preventative lockdown to avoid medical facilities from being overwhelmed by Covid-19 patients.
Marine Le Pen was beaten by Macron in 2017 with 66 percent of the votes ( Image: GETTY)
Macron has actually shifted his rhetoric to the right in recent weeks, attempting to pass new laws to drive home his focus on law and order.