The Rassemblement National, which took over from the Front National in 2018, has established itself over the years as the leading party in France. Due to the two-round majority voting system, where traditional parties usually join forces to block it, its representation in the National Assembly remains below its real electoral strength, especially among the working classes.

The Rassemblement National fights for more national sovereignty, a limitation of immigration, a strengthening of national security and a particular attention to the republican pact.