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Never has the outcome of French elections been so uncertain. The election is this Sunday (April 23), but at this point, it is impossible to forecast the two winners who will go on to the second round on May 7. In most polls, 30% to 40% of respondents say they are undecided. The leading candidates, besides Marine Le Pen, are François Fillon (Republicans), Emmanuel Macron (En Marche!) and Jean-Luc Mélenchon (Unbowed France, or France Defiant).