Primary polls Rome, Gualtieri ahead with 47%, chasing Caudo at 28. But with the unknown turnout “there could be surprises”

Roberto Gualtieri he protected to start a overwhelm the primaries of center left a Roma scheduled for Sunday 20 June. At least according to one poll of BiDiMedia of June 16, which estimates the former Minister of the Economy in 47%. Behind Gualtieri col 28% there is Giovanni Caudo, president of the III municipality of Rome and former city planning councilor with Ignazio Marino. The two main candidates, therefore, would earn two out of three votes and according to the research institute “this trend seems to be accentuating in recent days”.

It is listed on 7%instead Imma Battaglia, historical leader of the movimenti Lgbtq+. Same percentage for Paolo Ciani, exponent of Demos and advisor to the Lazio region. Still at 5% there is Stefano FassinaFrom all viceministro ‘Economy, paired with Tobia Zevi, a well-known young man in the Roman center-left who in the past was also a candidate for citizen secretary. Listed “only” at1% is Cristina Gancio, councilor expelled from M5s. Particularly fluent the turnout which is measured in a very wide scissors: between 40 and 80 thousand voters. And indeed BiDiMedia he points out that “the result seems obvious but in case of low turnout and only militant vote there could be surprises”.

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