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I haven’t been able to locate any international surveys on Macron vs. Le pen like there were for Trump, unsurprisingly so, since France is after all less important than the US.
Still, I have been able to find polls from Germany, Russia, and the UK.
According to a ZDF poll of who would be better for Germany (April 28), some 90% of Germans supported Macron (adjusting for “don’t knows”).
Even AfD voters only favor Le Pen by the thinnest of margins.
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According to a VCIOM poll of whom Russians sympathize with (May 2), Marine Le Pen would beat Macron 86%-14%.
That is almost the exact inverse of her results in Germany.
Curiously, even though they disliked Trump almost as much as the average German, the Brits have a much more positive outlook on Le Pen according to a YouGov poll (April 24).
Only 53% of Brits thought Macron would be better for Britain.
The results, predictably, followed party lines. Labour, the LibDems, and the SNP were strongly for Macron; the Conservatives leaned towards Le Pen; and UKIP was overwhelmingly for Le Pen.
This is basically an extension of attitudes towards Brexit.
This makes sense. At a minimum, a Le Pen in power in France would make the UK’s own process of exiting the EU much easier.