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A tale of two Frances colliding in battle to shape Europe's future

Le Pen conquers depressed towns while Macron wins middle and upper class voters
Wednesday, May 3, 2017 - 05:50

At 45, Willy Guenet is stuck in a minimum-wage job in Tergnier and ready to try Le Pen.


WILLY Guenet pulls on a cigarette outside the railway workers' canteen in northern France where he works as a cook and vents his frustration as a floating voter.

Over the years, Mr Guenet has tried Communists, Socialists and the traditional right, and none of them have managed

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