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Polls suggest 22 percent of voters are still not sure they will vote at all, and about 30% of voters say they are not sure for whom they will vote—a higher percentage than in previous elections, where there were fewer candidates and a near-certainty that the winner would come from one of the two traditional parties.“Usually you have a part of the voters who decide at the last minute, and now we have an even larger proportion,” says Edouard Lecerf, global director of political opinion and research at Kantar Public in Paris.U.,” says Hugo Jorge-Novio, 22, a law student from northern France.A history student named Adrien, 21, did not want to give his last name, since his fellow students at the Sorbonne University in Paris “do not approve of what I think,” he says. Many young people want to protect their identity,” he said, seated in the hall at Le Pen’s public meeting.At that point, according to most polls, left-wing and right-wing voters will band together to vote for Macron, no matter what their political views are, in order to deny Le Pen the presidency.The right-winger is vowing to take France out of the E. K.” On Thursday, another politician often compared to JFK gave Macron a friendly call: Barack Obama.

“What Emmanuel Macron has done at 39 years old has never been done before,” says Haim.The Republican candidate, former Prime Minister François Fillon, and the far-left candidate Jean-Luc Mélenchon, both trail just a few points behind; the Socialist candidate Benoît Hamon lags badly behind all those—a possible death knell for France’s Socialist Party itself.