2022 elections, political polls: Fratelli d’Italia exceeds 24%

2022 elections, political polls: Fratelli d’Italia exceeds 24%
2022 elections, political polls: Fratelli d’Italia exceeds 24%
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Fratelli d’Italia exceeds 24%, the Democratic Party chases 2 points. This is the framework of the Demopolis Political Barometer survey ahead of the 2022 political elections on 25 September. With 3 weeks from the vote, “Fratelli d’Italia would get 24.5%: just over 2 points ahead of the Democratic Party, positioned at 22.4%. Salvini’s League would have 13.6%, the Movimento 5 Conte’s stars 12.3%. This is today’s picture of the weight of parties, taken by the Demopolis Political Barometer. Forza Italia is almost coupled at 7.2% and the Calenda list at 7%. Left-Verdi stand at 3, 5%, Italexit at 3%. As the decisive days of the electoral campaign begin, they would have for the moment between 3% and 1.5% + Europe, Civic Commitment, We Moderates and Popular Union “.

“In the current scenario – explains the director of Demopolis Pietro Vento – the coalition of the Center Right (Fratelli d’Italia, Lega, Forza Italia and Noi Moderati), led by Giorgia Meloni, would reach 47% of the votes, with an advantage of almost 18 points on the Center Left (PD, SI-Verdi, Civic Commitment and + Europe) which would have just over 29%. There was a slight increase in the M5S at 12.3% and the Action-Italia Viva list at 7%. When there are now only 3 weeks of electoral campaign – concludes Pietro Vento – over a fifth of Italians still declare themselves undecided, while the turnout is down by 6 points compared to 2018, reaching 67% “.

Information note: The survey was carried out by the Demopolis Institute, directed by Pietro Vento, on 1 and 2 September on a national sample of 2,004 respondents, statistically representative of the universe of the Italian adult population, stratified by geographical areas of residence, gender and age group.

The article is in Italian

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