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Assessing Le Pen’s presidential campaign

Catherine Fieschi makes her Marine Le Pen prediction on LSE EUROPP ahead of our April 16 event.

How many voters will support Front National candidate Marine Le Pen in the upcoming French presidential elections? Catherine Fieschi argues that despite Le Pen’s efforts to transform the Front National into a less radical right-wing party her campaign has reached its limits, and that she will struggle to capture more than 15 per cent of the vote.

Writing on the London School of Economics European Politics and Policy blog (EUROPP), you can read the full article here

Don’t forget to sign up for Counterpoint and the UCL European Institute’s upcoming even on the far right in France, and read also about Counterpoint’s research on Reluctant Radical’s in the context of the FN in The Guardian.

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