French President Francois Hollande speaks during a news conference on the second and final day of the NATO summit at the Celtic Manor resort, near Newport, in Wales September 5, 2014. (REUTERS/Rebecca Naden)
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Most French people do not want Francois Hollande to seek a second term in the country's 2017 presidential election, a poll showed Sunday, in the latest blow to the president whose popularity is already at record lows.The IFOP poll followed another Friday by TNS-Sofres giving Hollande an approval rating at a record low of 13 percent in August, further securing his status as the most unpopular president in France since World War Two.A poll also published Friday by IFOP for Le Figaro newspaper found that Hollande, who took office in 2012, would lose a second-round head-to-head presidential vote to extreme-right National Front leader Marine Le Pen.
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