The right-wing UMP-UDI alliance took between 29.2 and 32 percent of the vote, while left-wing parties took a total of 23.2 and 32.7 percent, compared with between 24.5 and 26.3 percent for the National Front, according to a range of polling firms.
If confirmed the result would be a setback for Le Pen, who had hoped her anti-immigrant, anti-euro party would emerge top in the first round, boosting her ambitions to win presidential elections set for 2017.
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