By Stephen Pollard
May 5, 2007
Genius. There's a French analyst on Sky News at the moment offering his unbiased opinion on the French elections. There is, he tells us, a worrying similarity with the first Bush election in 2000: You know, the same person has been ahead in opinion polls before the first and second round. And the polling firms are private companies. This is very suspicious.I can't think of another explanation than some kind of fraud or conspiracy to elect Sarkozy. I mean it couldn't possibly be, could it, that more people actually said to the pollsters that they supported Sarkozy than said they supported any of the other candidates?