With the beginning of September, for all politicians it will be necessary to turbo the electoral campaign. No pit stops will be possible between now and September 25: the mission remains to travel the length and breadth of Italy to try to convince businesses and families. If the hope of overtaking is the last to die, there are still few surprises and many confirmations from the latest polls.
This is what emerges from the latest survey carried out by Nando Pagnoncelli, administrator of Ipsos Italy, published in the Corriere della Sera this morning. And which photographs the clear advantage of the center-right coalition (46.4%), on that of the center left (29.9%).
Compared to the end of July, Brothers of Italy by Giorgia Meloni remains firm in first place with the 24%, but with an increase of 0.7%. One percentage point away, the Democratic party by Enrico Letta who collects the 23% of consents. For third place it is head and head between the League and the 5 star movement by Giuseppe Conte, al 13.4%. But if the Carroccio is stable, the pentastellati, in the space of a month, have risen by 2.1%. Instead, it loses one percentage point Come on Italy by Silvio Berlusconi, stops at8%. They follow the Third pole to the 5%the alliance Left Italian / Greens with the 4.1% And Italexit with the 3%. However, the party of indencision and abstention still remains to defeat all the cards which, for the moment evaluated at 38.3%.
But the way to convince the Italians remains uphill. The 18% of those interviewed confessed to having followed the campaign very little, while the 33% not to have done it at all. The 22% followed it a lot or at least in part (27%). The economic and social condition also weighs on the interest: Pagnoncelli assesses the interest expressed by the less well-off classes, the workers, the unemployed and the self-employed as low: that is those social segments that more than others feel underrepresented, when not excluded. , and therefore less involved.
Sometimes the lack of information is also a factor: little more than one in two Italians (53%) declares to know at least in part the coalitions and the parties that stand for the elections while the 47% little or no knowledge of the political offer. 37% do not know any of the candidates in their college, the 47% someone and only the 16% he knows most of them..
Finally, the approval rating of the Prime Minister has increased by 5 points, Mario Draghi which from July to today has gone from 63 to 67.CopyAMP code