Skip to comments.European: the FN on the wave of Euroscepticism.
Posted on 02/14/2014 10:57:51 AM PST by managusta
European Elections on the 25 May 2014.
That the National Front exceeds the UMP and the PS becomes the largest party in France.
This scenario has been advanced for the second time in a poll on Sunday. This survey FIFG for JDD credited with 23% of the vote the National Front.
A higher score to 17.9% of Marine Le Pen in the presidential 2012. The UMP (21%) and PS (18%) totals are exceeded, but according to the pollster, none of the three parties is assured of his place on the podium, taking into account the margin of error, estimated at 1 8 points.
As for the Greens (7%) and the Left Front (9%), prospects draw a recession. This poll confirms a previous investigation of the FIFG, published in October in Le Nouvel Observateur, and where the FN came first, even with an extra point at 24%.
Twice in four months, the winds are carrying the FN. The party of Marine Le Pen believes that they also see further beyond the municipal elections in March and European May, while recognizing the role of elections in its development strategy.
Florian Philippot warns: "If the National Front became the largest party in France, it must be immediately followed by a very large membership campaign." FN intends to take advantage of this momentum to impose European issues on the political agenda national.
Single currency, Schengen, Roma ... Marine Le Pen aims to build on the success of "patriots Eurosceptics" in the European Parliament (Britain, Germany, Austria, Finland, Italy ...) to display as the "spearhead" of the hottest debates.
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Hollande and the Socialists are going have a constitutional crisis in May.Fun to watch.