Le Pen Falls Short Even as Improving on Father's 2002 Run: Chart

While Marine Le Pen looks to have under-performed the opinion polls, her roughly 34 percent projected vote share in the French presidential election represents a sizable improvement on her father’s historic rout by Jacques Chirac in 2002. In that election, Jean-Marie Le Pen won just 17.8 percent of the final vote.

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