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Many voters in Sunday's poll opted for far-right or far-left candidates, denying President Emmanuel Macron’s centrist alliance a straight majority.
One of the headlines from the presidential election in France is that the far-right has come out of the cold and gone mainstream.
The second five-year term for the 44-year-old centrist spared France and Europe from the seismic upheaval of having firebrand populist Marine Le Pen at the helm.
Macron is in pole position to win reelection Sunday in France's presidential runoff -- but the reported margin over his nationalist rival has a large room for error.
Macron and Le Pen faced off five years ago, but opinion polls show the leader of the National Rally is much closer this time to a potential win.
With a far-right upset possible, here's what you need to know about the French presidential election on Sunday.
National Rally leader Marine Le Pen said her party failed to win any of mainland France's 12 regions, slowing its momentum ahead of the presidential contest.
Right-wing party leaders across Europe are calling for closed borders and spreading dangerous misinformation.
This week's polls offer a crucial test.
Marine Le Pen and Matteo Salvini want to see a populist majority in the European Parliament.