US President Donald Trump wait for a meeting with France's President Emmanuel Macron at the Palace Hotel during the 72nd session of the United Nations General Assembly September 18, 2017, in New York. / AFP PHOTO / Brendan Smialowski (Photo credit should read BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP/Getty Images)

President Donald Trump was once a beacon for French far-right leaders, who pointed at his election victory as a taste of the coming populist uprising that would sweep them, too, into power. But among France’s far-right voters, there’s been a growing dislike of Trump ever since he took office.
Supporters of France’s anti-immigrant, anti-Islam National Front ? a party whose platform can often resemble Trump’s ? have an increasingly unfavorable opinion of the U.S. president. In a new poll released this week, only around 20 percent of National Front voters say they have a positive outlook on Trump, while 37 percent see him in a negative light. The remaining 43 percent of those voters said they had neither a negative nor positive view of Trump.
Although Trump has higher unfavorable ratings among French centrist and left-wing voters, the YouGov poll conducted for Le HuffPost between Oct. 25 and 27 shows that the country as …