Macron is predicted to win 59 per cent of the votes on May 7, down four per cent
Le Pen is still the underdog of the election, but is enjoying greater support
On Wednesday, Le Pen upstaged Macron's visit to a Whirlpool factory in Amiens
Marine Le Pen is closing the gap between rival Emmanuel Macron in the latest French election poll after the centrist was accused of taking victory for granted.
Macron is still predicted a win on May 7, but his share of the vote could be 59 per cent, down four points, according to an Odoxa survey.
Marine Le Pen is on 41 per cent, up four points from earlier in the week.