London: The second round of voting for Presidential election in France will be held on Sunday and opinion polls have shown the centrist candidate Emmanuel Macron bagging around 62 percent votes.
In the first round of the election, National Front candidate, Le Pen finished second behind Macron on 21.3 percent.
Meanwhile, French presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron has been the target of a massive hacking attack, as Macron's campaign team have stated that hackers have mixed up genuine files with fake ones in order to confuse people.
The Macron camp has not blamed any specific party, but said that it was clear the hackers wanted to undermine Macron ahead of second round vote.
Today's round of vote will decide whether France's voters have rejected the two big political parties - the Socialists and the Republicans - that have governed for decades.