Since when did conservatism become so chic with France’s youth? After 28-year-old Jordan Bardella took the reins of the party from Marine Le Pen, Rassemblement National (RN) has continued to make inroads with young people across the country.

A new Ipsos poll on French EU parliamentary elections has found that the Right-wing RN is the most popular party among 18-24 year old voters. At 31% support with this demographic, RN stands head and shoulders above all the other parties: the next most popular was the Left-wing Greens at 18%, with Emmanuel Macron’s centrist Renaissance party floundering at a measly 4%. Is France inching closer towards electing its first millennial president?