POLITICAL ELECTORAL POLLS TODAY – Fratelli d’Italia surpasses the League for the first time, a hypothetical Conte list would “empty” the M5S and steal votes from the Democratic Party as well, while confidence in Prime Minister Mario Draghi remains stable: these are just some of the data emerging from the latest polls electoral politicians developed by Index Research exclusively for TPI.
Carried out between 7 and 8 July 2021 on a sample of 800 people, two sensational data emerge from the exclusive survey: overtaking, for the first time, of the Melons on Salvini and the good performance of a hypothetical Count list, which would steal votes above all from the M5S, but in part also from the Democratic Party.
When asked “If the general elections had been held yesterday, which party would you have voted for”, the 20.5% of the interviewees answered Brothers of Italy.
The list led by Giorgia Meloni, therefore, at this moment would be the first party of Italy with a 0.5 percent advantage over Matteo Salvini’s League, credited to 20%.
The Democratic Party is in third position with the 18.4 percent, while a hypothetical party founded and led by Giuseppe Conte would reach 10%, obtaining the 9.8 percent.
It would be disadvantaged the 5 Star Movement, which would thus collapse to 7.2%. Among the other parties, Forza Italia is credited with 6.7 percent, Action at 3.5, while Italia Viva would not go beyond 1.9 percent. The number of uncertain or abstentions is high, credited to 40.3%.
Trust in Prime Minister Draghi and in the government
Stable 61% confidence in the Premier Draghi, while that towards the government increases by one percentage point.
The executive, in fact, gets the 51% of consensus compared to the last survey in June, in which trust in the Draghi government was credited at 50 per cent.
The Index Research survey for TPI: trust in ministers
As for the ministers, however, the one who enjoys the most confidence on the part of the Italians is the holder of the Department of Cultural Heritage, Dario Franceschini, appreciated by 40% of the interviewees.
Behind him there is Renato Brunetta with the 37 percent, followed by Marta Cartabia is Giancarlo Giorgetti, both al 35%, and by Luciana Lamorgese, 34 percent credited.
They close the ranking Massimo Garavaglia with the 25 percent, Mariastella Gelmini with the 23% is Stefano Patuanelli with the 22 percent.
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