There are less than three months left to vote for elect the new mayor from Milan. From the poll created by the Demopolis Institute for Milano Today, it emerges that the game between the candidates seems to be still open.
The outgoing mayor Beppe Room (center-left) would gain the trust of 45% of the Milanese, while for his center-right competitor, the doctor Luca Bernardo, the percentage is 40%. On the other hand, the percentages for Gianluigi Paragone (ItalExit) and Bianca Tedone (Potere al Popolo) are lower, supported respectively by 10% and 6% of the Milanese.
According to the survey, the electoral match will be played between Mayor Sala (43 – 49%) and Luca Bernardo (40-46%), who should face the ballot to play for the seat of mayor.
“The moods and the motivation of citizens to vote, as well as the electoral campaign to conquer the undecided – says the director of Demopolis, Pietro Vento – will affect the outcome of the vote in October ».
Furthermore, the Demopolis survey also concerns the action priority of the next administration: 68% of citizens indicated attention to the suburbs, as well as greater urban safety and traffic. Next, air quality and social and health services.
Last updated: Monday 19 July 2021, 14:36
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