The government headed by the Prime Minister Georgia Melons he has now spent his first 100 days in office, a period of an initial budget that leaves the prime minister satisfied with the work of his executive and projects the team of ministers and the entire majority in Parliament to even more important jobs for 2023. After having approved the maneuver in a short time, however, Meloni and his men are feeling the effects of the fuel situation, with an endless push and pull with the petrol stations which would seem to have caused quite a few discontents in the electorate.
Political polls, the situation in the majority
The latest political pollsin fact, they once again see Fratelli d’Italia and Giorgia Meloni lose support. A situation that hadn’t been recorded for several months now after the party of the blue leader, as well as the first female premier in Italy, had brought about numbers and percentages never seen before. Brothers of Italy, in fact, remains firmly as the most voted party, but if the elections were today there would be a clear loss compared to previous policies.
In fact, consensus for the premier’s party is decreasing week after week, with even a loss of almost one percentage point in recent weeks. According to the SWG survey for La7 news, Fratelli d’Italia is now at 30.4%with a loss of 0.4 points compared to last week’s survey. As mentioned, it is yet another drop that does not please the Prime Minister who, however, in view of the electoral round in Lazio and Lombardy on 12 and 13 February 2023 looks confident at the results of the polls.
Most of them smile Matteo Salvini e Silvio Berlusconi. After a lean period, in fact, the Lega it returns to growth, increasing its consensus by half a point and returning to 9%. Il Cavaliere, on the other hand, grew by 0.2%, bringing Come on Italy reaching 6.8% of the opinions of the respondents from SWG (Meloni also divides the majority on the issue of beach concessions).
Who grows up in the opposition
In the polls of 30 January 2023 disclosed by SWG for La7 it is then the 5 Star Movement. The party of the former premier Giuseppe Conte, in fact, after falling by 0.2 percentage points last week, in the latest survey it doubled, reaching 17.8%. A result that gives satisfaction, since turning the Match Democratic is now far away (here we told you about the “crafty M5s” of free travel).
For the dem, still led by Enrico Letta pending the vote of the new secretary, the consensus is today at 14.2% and the 0.2 earned compared to last week in the race with the M5s as the first party in the opposition are worthless. Good result also for Action-Italia Viva by Carlo Calenda and Matteo Renzi, with the Third Pole gaining +0.2% reaching 8.2%.
Among the lesser forces, however, Greens-Left Italy loses 0.2% and reaches 3.6%, +Europa earns 0.1% (3.2%), Italexit by Gianluigi Paragone loses 0.3% (2%) e Popular union earn 0.2% (2%). On the other hand, the share of the undecided rises by one percentage point, reaching 37% today.
Numbers that can make those who have a lot of irons on the fire smile on the one hand and despair on the other in view of the next electoral round that will put the governor’s seat of the Lazio and Lombardy regions up for grabs.
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