The candidates’s programs are diametrically oposed to each over in all spheres: from politics to economics. The leader of “National Front” from the very beginning of her campaign declared that she speaks from the “name of the people” and “in the name of the people (au nom du peuple is the slogan of its election campaign). The main procedure for ensuring the will of the people in the country’s political course is the referendum. Her goal is to restore France’s grandeur, to restore sovereignty in four dimensions: legislative, legal, economic, monetary. In foreign policy, she stands on the positions of realism and considers the sovereignty of the state (territorial, legislative, economic, political, etc.) to be the highest value.
Today’s popularity ratings of the “National Front”are higher than ever. According to polls, Le Pen can become the winner of the first round and get from 23 to 25% of the vote. If we compare it with the presidential elections of 2002, we see that it’s much higher than Jean-Marie had in 2002 ( he received 16.86%). In the second round, Jean-Marie Le Pen recieved 17.79%. OOpinion Way presents the results according to which in the second round in the case of the Macron-Le Pen duel, she can take about 40%. This is a record for the party in its history.