New posters, new slogans, new look?

Only three days after the first round of the French presidential election and already the finalists are looking like different people. While the campaign for the second round officially starts on Friday, Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen have already released their new posters and slogans. The En Marche! candidate calls for “Together, France!” against …

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The last candidate to speak out

The leader of La France Insoumise finally talked today. He revealed that he will not tell for who he will personally vote for the second round. https://twitter.com/jlm_2017/status/857167006612824064 A general consultation with his supporters on the web Jean Luc Mélenchon launched a general consultation with his supporters yesterday on his website: jlm2017.fr. They have the choice …

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An historical first round

The First Round of the French presidential election has just passed. As predicted, the results were pretty tight and excluded the two traditional parties for the first time in the Fifth Republic. Contrary to Brexit or the American Election, the Big Data was wrong and the polls had their “revenge”. The voting turnout was lower …

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The Big Data calls for an unexpected winner of the first round

Big Data analysis is on its way to revolutionise the way we predict political elections.With all the social networks, there is plenty of data available to analyse new trends. Half of the French population is on Facebook and Twitter has 15 million users in France. Some companies have understood it and they use it to …

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