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|Source: Hobolt and Tilley (2016)|
“This group – formed from a web of connections and vested interests among no more than a few thousand individuals– is resistant to external input. Instead, policy initiatives emanate from the rigid world view of this hermetic core”
“. . . in the event of Ms Le Pen’s defeat in the second round-off on 7 May, the sense of relief felt by the establishment and media will prove hollow. The underlying realities in France will make it impossible that the probable victor Emmanuel Macron, who is in practice the continuity-candidate from François Hollande presidency, could govern any more effectively than his dismal predecessor”