Political polls: Fdi is still growing, M5S detaches the Democratic Party

This was revealed by Nando Pagnoncelli, president of Ipsos, in a survey published by Corriere della Sera

“The political scenario at the end of the year shows consensus holding up for the government and the prime minister: the executive’s approval rating drops by just one point (from 55 to 54), while that for Giorgia Meloni remains stable at 58” . This was revealed by Nando Pagnoncelli, president of Ipsos, in a survey published by Corriere della Sera.

“The appreciation for the premier’s work is also reflected in the voting guidelines which see the Fdi’s advantage increase, now estimated at 31.7%, over all the other political forces. The M5S, after overtaking the Democratic Party for a month ago, consolidates second place with 17.6%, while the dem show a further decline (-0.9%) settling at 16.3%. Followed by the League with 7.8% (+0 .5%) and Azione/Italia viva (7%) which overtakes Forza Italia (6.2%, down 0.6%). Overall, the centre-right gets 46.8% of the preferences and remains stable compared to end of November (+0.1%), while the centre-left undergoes a further decline (-1.4%) and falls to 22.1% (-4% compared to the policies)”.

Among the leaders, “Conte confirms himself in first place in the rankings” with an approval rating of 32, followed by Salvini (27), Berlusconi (24) and Calenda (22, up 2 points compared to November); note the decline of Fratoianni (-3) and Bonelli (-2), joined by Renzi at 16″.



Source-www.adnkronos.com