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>> Integrity.>> Corruption.>> Security.>>
> We're living at a time when the word integrity is becoming meaningless for our politicians. We've had some blatant examples in the past week.>> That a reference to right wing candidate Francois Fillon, who found himself embroiled in a fake job scandal involving his wife.
We asked 100 people to give us one word, to describe their biggest concern ahead of the spring vote. Unemployment came top for 25 people.>>
So this is my priority.>> And political integrity was closed behind for 19.>>
Other worries included security for seven people, equality for five and immigration for one. Despite having predicted very close to the final national results in the last four elections, this time more than half of the 100 residents we spoke to told us they still don't know who they'll vote for.
Since our straw poll, independent candidate, Emmanuel Macron, and current front runner, has had to deny rumors of a gay extramarital affair. The issue of political integrity looks increasingly likely to be on voter's minds ahead of the spring election.