The former minister of the university Gaetano Manfredi is the candidate in the run for mayor of Naples which at the moment is enjoying greater confidence. According to the poll commissioned by the Greens a Euromedia Research, carried out on a sample of a thousand interviews between 7 and 8 June, the candidate of the Giallorossi coalition gets the 54.9% in terms of trust. Second, but ten points behind 47,9%, the anti-mafia prosecutor is on leave Catello Maresca: center-right candidate, but who at the moment does not want to run with the symbols of Lega, Fdi and Fi (creating not a few discontent in the coalition). Third Antonio Bassolino with 36.9% and fourth Alessandra Clemente to 34%. According to Euromedia Research, trust in the Greens’ adviser Francesco Emilio Borrelli it would be at 49.5%, behind Manfredi. While for the possible candidate Fdi Sergio Rastrelli it would be 24.8%.
As reported by Republic of Naples, the survey shows how thePd-M5s axis is seen favorably by the voters: the first party is the M5s with the 19,1% of the consensus, while the Democratic Party is immediately behind with the 17,9%. An interesting signal for the two political forces that have managed to find a unitary candidate in Naples, unlike other cities such as Rome and Turin. On June 15, the leader in pectore of the 5-star Movement also arrived in the city Giuseppe Conte, a sign that the M5s intends to focus on the competition. But even for the dems, the test is important in assessing the balance within the coalition. As for the center-right, on the other hand, Repubblica Napoli always reports, reporting data from Euromedia Research, fdi is al 14.2%, Lega al 9,6% e Fi al 7%. The civic lists for Bassolino in the queue with 6.8% of the votes. THE gave, according to Euromedia Research, would be around 5,5% if they supported Borrelli. Finally, the party of the outgoing mayor De Magistris reaches 2.3% of the votes and the civics in support of Clemente 1.6%.
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