You are here

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

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...

Market voices on: