Far-right candidate Marine Le Pen told CNBC she has not given up and is still well-placed to become the next president of France.
"The media seem not to hear the anger in our country that will express itself in the polls on Sunday, to get a real change of politics and a real break away from socialism represented by Emmanuel Macron," the far-right candidate said.
France is heading to the polls this Sunday in a closely-watched election. Polls indicate that the centrist Emmanuel Macron will win the run-off with about 60 percent of the votes. However, political analysts are alert for potentially higher-than-expected abstention figures.
This is the second time that a far-right candidate has reached the final stage of the presidential run-off. The party has gathered strong support in the last few years due to a number of terrorist attacks and rising concerns over security and immigration.