IT’S OVER: France Announces its Next President…

PARIS, FRANCE - MAY 05: In this photo illustration, a French voter registration card is seen in front of official campaign posters of candidates in the French presidential election, French National Front (FN) political party leader, Marine Le Pen (L) and President of the political movement 'En Marche !' (Onwards !) Emmanuel Macron (R) on May 05, 2017 in Paris, France,. Le Pen and Macron arrived in the lead positions in the first round of the presidential elections. France will hold the second round on May 07, 2017. (Photo illustration by Chesnot/Getty Images)

Emmanuel Marcon, described as a “centrist” has won the French presidential election over rival and right-wing candidate Marine Le Pen, according to French polling agencies. Marcon has been leading by a wide margin in today’s exit polling.

Fox News reports (link below):

With voting in France’s presidential election still under way, Swiss and Belgian news organizations are reporting election-day polls suggesting that voters are backing Macron by a strong margin over far-right candidate Marine Le Pen.

The race has been unpredictable and it is too early to say who is winning the election, as millions of votes have yet to be cast.

Swiss newspaper La Tribune de Geneve Belgium’s RTBF and Le Soir all cited multiple polls. Le Soir and La Tribune de Geneve said the polls were conducted by French polling agencies surveying people who had already voted. They didn’t release further details of the polls’ methodology, making it impossible to determine how reliable they are.

Publishing polls is banned in France itself until voting ends Sunday evening.

Pre-election polls had suggested Macron was the favorite by a large margin, leading Le Pen by about 60 percent to 40 percent. The election-day polls suggested that a significant number of voters were casting blank or spoiled ballots.


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