In a week Mario Draghi he lost 1.7 percent in approval, while his government marks a decline in confidence by 2.1 percentage points. According to the survey of Monitor Italy for Dire agency and in collaboration with Technician, confidence in the Draghi executive has dropped in the last seven days and, compared to March 12, it has dropped by 5 points. To weigh (the survey covers the period 19 March-1 April) both the restrictive measures extended to the entire Easter period and the effects of the Sostegni decree.
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As for the satisfaction of the leaders, Draghi remains in the lead with 56.1% but loses precisely 1.7%. Immediately after taking office, on February 19, the former president of the ECB had 61.4 percent of the vote. Almost stable Giorgia Meloni (+ 0.1%) in second place with 40.1%. Third place Giuseppe Conte with 35.8%: the new M5s leader, right in the week of his debut at the helm of the 5 star movement, earns 0.6%. On the other hand, the leader of the Northern League is down Matteo Salvini: is fourth with 33%, but loses 0.2%. The new secretary dem Enrico Letta. They follow: Silvio Berlusconi al 27,4% (-0,1); Roberto Speranza al 23,1% (-0,9); Emma Bonino al 21% (-0,3); Carlo Calenda at 17.5% (-0.1). Closes Matteo Renzi al 10,8 (-0,1).
On the front of consensus for individual parties, on the other hand, Monitor Italia reports a further decline in League (-0,6%) al 22,6%. Behind the Democratic party which grew by 0.2% to 18.5 percent. Third Brothers of Italy which with +0.2 percent reaches 18%. The 5 stars, struggling with the re-foundation of Giuseppe Conte, mark a + 0.3%, reaching 16.3% of the votes. Come on Italy instead in callus (-0.2%) it stops at 10.1%. Among the minor parties: Action at 3% (-0.1), Italia viva at 2.1% (-0.1), Italian Left at 1.9% (+0.2), Verdi at 1.7 % (+0.1), Article 1 at 1.5% (-0.1), Plus Europe at 1.2% (-0.1).
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