League never so low in the last two years, while Fratelli di Italia reaches its historical record and also the Pd (and a little M5s) is recovered. Trouble also for Forza Italia, which has already eaten the ground it had recovered by returning to the game in the government of Mario Draghi. There is stormy air in the center-right after the publication of the supermedia of the surveys carried out up to 1 April by YouTrend, the institute of Lorenzo Pregliasco which for some years every 15 days has been collecting the average of political polls made by other research institutes (whose analyzes often differ).
The latest survey reports the Lega di Matteo Salvini to 22.9% which is the lowest value for almost three years, with a regression of 0.4 points compared to the previous days. But the blow is also high for the other center-right party in government, Forza Italia, which dropped to 7.5%, losing 0.6 points compared to a fortnight earlier. On the contrary, it conquers its historical record in supermedia Youtrend Fratelli di Italia with 17.1% (+0.2 points compared to the previous survey), remaining ahead of the M5s which has recovered reaching 16.9%. Draghi effect (ed Enrico Letta) instead on the Pd which reaches 18.7% on average, making a big leap compared to 17.9% two weeks earlier. Salt as well Matteo Renzi with an average of 3.1% for Italia Viva, up by 0.2 points compared to 15 days earlier. Same advancement also for Share of Carlo Calenda which is now on average at 3.3%.
It is evident that the continuity of the provisions of the Draghi government compared to that of Conte was taken badly by the center-right electorate, with refreshments reduced to a minimum and closures and prohibitions remained at the maximum level, even more than before (for example, the yellow areas). Moreover, the executive itself loses overall from this situation, because the fall of the center-right forces is not balanced by the rise of the other political forces. With the supermedia data at its birth, the Draghi government could count on the consent of 78.6% of Italians (adding that of the political forces that make up the executive). It has now dropped to 77.1%.
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