And receive three parties they all score one slight bending, remaining enclosed in less than two percentage points. The M5s remains stable as it rises Come on Italy which earns 1.2% and is rewarded with respect to the other two center-right forces. Past the month of August, these are the significant variations in the voting intentions of Italians photographed by the latest poll by Ipsos for the Corriere della Sera. Compared to July, the League confirms first but loses 0.6%, passing to 20,5. The Pd is al 20%, with a decrease of 0.9 percentage points. It follows Brothers of Italy al 18,8% (-0.2): considering the margin of errors and the very high percentage of abstention and indecision (37.8%), it is impossible to establish that it is really the party that holds the relative majority.
In the last month the M5s remained stable at 17%, after it had plummeted to 15.4% at the end of May. Again compared to July, the center right thus confirms the advantage over the center-left with the 47,5% preferences. To register the plus sign, however, is alone Come on Italy: from 7 to8,2%. The pro green pass positions and loyal to the Draghi government reward Berlusconi’s party who, he writes Nando Pagnoncelli in his analysis, he goes out strengthened from internal flows of votes, taking away the consensus of Salvini and Meloni. The other forces, starting with Italy Viva, they travel on low percentages: the party of Matteo Renzi is al 2,2%, More Europe al 2,1, Action from Calenda al 2 as well as the Italian Left.
The detection of Ipsos it also analyzes the perceptions of Italians with respect to the political, social and health situation. The index of satisfaction for the government and for the Prime Minister Mario Draghi they remain at high levels but register a drop of 4 points compared to the end of July: from 65 to 61 for the executive, from 70 to 66 for the premier. If on the economic side the Italians have found optimism (for 35% the situation will improve, against 28% of pessimists), looking at the pandemic i fears of a new wave increase. Only 38% of respondents believe the worst is over e almost 7 out of 10 they believe it is likely that infections will grow in the autumn. A fear that is also linked to the theme ofvaccination obligation: 60% are in favor, against 30% against. However, this is a delicate issue, as evidenced by the fact that the percentage of opposites is much higher than that of no vaxes.