Marine Le Pen lost, but not the Front National

  On 7 May, France rejected the far-right. But the Front National, which has received four millions more votes than five years ago, is continuing to progress. With Emmanuel Macron winning the election with more than 65% of the votes, Marine Le Pen’s defeat is clear and distinct. The Front National’s leader called the result …

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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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Nicolas Dupont-Aignan

The first debate of the political campaign gathered the five candidates we have been seeing everyday on the cover of newspapers and on television. However, behind the spotlight, there are six other official candidates whom we must not forget, also here to defend their programmes. Nicolas Dupont-Aignan is the official political candidate for the right-wing …

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