French voters head to the polls tomorrow in the final run-off election for President. Socialist Francois Holland is poised for victory over incumbent Nicolas Sarkozy, but whoever wins tomorrow will have to contend with an increasingly polarized French republic. The extreme-right National Front won nearly 20 percent of the vote in the first run-off election last month. Right wing parties are making electoral gains all across Europe, dragging traditional parties rightward along with them. Sound familiar? With Vivien Schmidt & Jolyon Howorth. Radio interview by Amy Grunder, first aired on "Sounds of Dissent" on WZBC 90.3 FM Boston on 2012-05-05.