Sarkozy enjoys election poll bounce after terror killings - Telegraph:
Even as political sniping between candidates in France's presidential elections resumed yesterday a CSA poll out put Mr Sarkozy two points ahead of his Socialist rival Francois Hollande on 30 per cent in round one. ... Jerome Sainte-Marie from the CSA pollster warned his poll bounce could prove short-lived if the Left manages to return the debate back to issues like the economy, jobs and education. "However it is also possible, since this shift had already begun, that Nicolas Sarkozy manages to turn the whole campaign around to his own agenda, which is about order, values, immigration, integration, security and national identity.
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