The question linked to the return of excise taxes on fuel, the rise in prices and the clash between the government and petrol stations which led to the strike of the latter, has marked the first slowdown in the polls for Giorgia Meloni and Brothers of Italy. If confidence in the prime minister has remained more or less unchanged – at around 43% – the growth of the party, on the other hand, seems to have stopped, which in the last week has stopped at around 30% after the progressive growth seen in recent months.
On the other hand, another party in the government structure recovered ground, that is Come on Italy which seems to be the most convinced among the majority parties in supporting the action of Charles Nordio, Minister of Justice engaged in a not without tension tug of war with the judiciary regarding the use of interceptions. Step forward also for the Legawhich in this phase has instead decided to opt out of the dispute on justice, drawing some benefit from it.
Instead, everything stops in the field ofoppositionwhere the Pd – in a sort of limbo awaiting the congress and primaries – gradually gives way and also the M5s drops by 0.2%.
Brothers of Italy, 5 Star Movement and Pd in decline. Lega, Azione-Italia Viva and Forza Italia are growing. The survey Swg for the Tg La7 this is how he photographs voting intentions.
Giorgia Meloni’s party remains largely at the top, but loses 0.5% and drops to 30.8%.
The M5S led by Giuseppe Conte drops 0.2% and is now worth 17.4%.
Step back also for the Democratic Party (-0.2%), now at 14%.
The League rises from 8.3% to 8.5% and is closely followed by Azione-Italia Viva, who gain 0.4% reaching 8.2%.
Forza Italia grows by 0.2% and stands at 6.6%.
Further behind Verdi and the Left (3.8%), +Europe (3.1%) and For Italy with Paragone (2.3%).
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