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Her position as favourite to top first-round voting will turn the campaign into a race to face her in the run-off. (Source: This Link)

Does this mean she is very likely to be in top first-found voting?

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Does this mean she is very likely to be in top first-found voting?

No. It means she is widely expected (not always the same as actually likely) to be the very top (not among the top) in the first round (not found) of voting.

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