How are the parties positioned in the polls six days before the administrative? To answer is Alessandra Ghisleri, pollster and director of Eurmedia Research, who in an article on The print writes: “The Democratic Party is still the first party with 19.5%, closely followed by FdI with 19.2%. On the other hand, the one who seems to blame the most for the blow of the elections is Salvini’s League (17.6%) with the M5S (16.2%), both with almost a percentage point of difference in a month. “An alarm signal was sent by Ghisleri to the Carroccio.
The pollster, however, also points out a “+ 0.8% for FI which stands at 8.1% and Carlo Calenda’s share with a + 0.7% which protocols a good 4.5% nationally. “. Ghisleri, however, specified that these numbers are also affected by the emotionality of the moment. Furthermore, according to the pollster, a very precise figure emerges from the last elections on the center-right electorate: “They ask for greater unity, not only in words and photo opportunities, but to be found in a common strategy dictated by a single control room where with less internal competition they can stem the flight of consensus on their battle horses “.
Meanwhile, by the government chaired by Mario Draghi, which still enjoys a broad consensus, citizens would like to be concrete. And above all, greater attention to work and economic well-being (30.1%), to the health emergency (19.1%) down, taxes (14.7%), high cost of living (11.2%), environmental care (8.8%), services for families (6.0%) and respect for civil rights (5 , 6%).