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Far-right leads in latest poll ahead of France's legislative elections

The latest poll suggests that the far right has around 36 percent of the vote as France prepares for the parliamentary elections, the first round of which is on Sunday.

The second round will be held on the following Sunday, 7 July.

If National Rally wins, France will have the first far-right government since it was occupied by the Nazis in the Second World War.

However, President Emmanuel Macron says he won't step down before his term ends in 2027.

An Ifop Fiducial poll suggests that the National Rally will get about 36%, the Popular Front coalition of centrists, leftists and Greens about 28%, and President Macron's centre-right party about 20%.

The winning number of seats is 289 out of the 577 seats that make up the parliament.

National Rally are expected to get somewhere between 260 and 295 seats.

The far right's growing popularity appears to stem from people's feelings of insecurity, and because France's politics are now deeply polarised it will be hard for a coalition to form in parliament if no party wins outright.

National Rally's 28-year-old Jordan Bardella delivered a simple message for voters in a recent TV debate. "Our compatriots have the feeling that the state no longer enforces its laws, that the state is weak with the strong and strong with the weak,” he said.

Turnout is expected to be higher this time around as voters know this could be a historic election. Many are determined to get the far right into power, with others desperate to keep them out.

President Macron will most likely be forced into appointing a prime minister from a rival party as his party shows no signs of being victorious. And if National Rally does win, that means Bardella will most likely be France's next prime minister.

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