brussels - Emmanuel Macron is still keen on the French presidential election. This is evidenced by interim polls where Belgian media reports on Sunday.
According to data from several polls, the socialist liberals are on his rival Marine Le Pen, reported the newspaper Le Soir. Macron could currently count on around 60 percent of the votes. It is unclear by whom the surveys were conducted and how many respondents had the polls.
Also, the French-speaking Belgian broadcaster RTBF reported that Macron seems to be turning off the victory. The sender refers to forecasts that would indicate that the candidate receives support from 62 to 64 percent of the voters. That is roughly equivalent to previous forecasts of polls.
French media may not publish interim polls or preliminary results as long as the polling stations are open. For French-speaking Belgian media, this restriction does not apply.