Elections 2021, projections: center-left wins in the first round in Milan, Naples and Bologna. Rome in the balance: towards Michetti-Gualtieri ballot – Live results

Elections 2021, projections: center-left wins in the first round in Milan, Naples and Bologna. Rome in the balance: towards Michetti-Gualtieri ballot – Live results
Elections 2021, projections: center-left wins in the first round in Milan, Naples and Bologna. Rome in the balance: towards Michetti-Gualtieri ballot – Live results

The center left wins in the first round a Milano, Naples e Bologna. He prepares for the ballot in Rome, where the result is still in the balance: if the first screening of Swg had put into play Virginia Raggi, the following ones are confirming the challenge between Enrico Michetti e Roberto Gualtieri. A Torino they will face each other in the second round Lo Russo (Pd) e Damilano (center-right), with the candidate dem ahead. The projections and the first real results confirm the victory of the center-left in the main cities to vote, including precisely Naples, where there was the first real test for thePd-M5s alliance. For the center-right the road is very uphill: Lega-Fdi-Fi they did not put in difficulty Beppe Sala in Milan and now they will have to play it both in Capital that a Torino. Roma is one of the most open games: the gap gives Enrico Michetti ahead, but it will be essential to understand who will be in the second round between Gualtieri and Raggi. No surprises in Calabria, where instead he also voted for the regional elections: the center-right candidate has a clear advantage Roberto Occhiuto, behind the candidate Pd-M5s Amalia Bruni and third Luigi De Magistris.

The first results make it possible to already make some considerations on the strength of the individual coalitions. The first aspect concerns the Democratic party: the horizon looks very good for the dem, with at least three victories in the main cities. Also important is the effect of the agreements with the 5 stars of Giuseppe Conte: the Giallorossi, for the first time since the fall of theExecutive Count 2, they showed up in the elections and where they tested the alliance they brought home important signals. The eyes were indeed on Naples: the candidate, former minister of Pd-M5s government, wins in the first round with a very clear result. It will now be fundamental to understand what happens in Rome, where instead Virginia Raggi she wanted to go alone and the 5 stars here were opposed to any deal with the dem. The picture is black instead for the center-right: it will be crucial to understand the balance within the coalition, but the fact remains that the right only wins where it was assumed it would happen (to the Regionals in Calabria). The coalition is also bad a Trieste: here the candidate of the center-right Di Piazza has the advantage, but you will still have to go to the ballot.


MILANO – The candidate Giuseppe Sala (center left) stands at a percentage of 57 with the list at 55.5%. Behind Luca Bernardo (center-right) with 30.7 and a coalition at 32.9%. In particular on the right, the League remains ahead of Fdi with 12% against 8: the overtaking feared by the Carroccio, in favor of the Brothers of Italy, did not happen. Among the parties of the center-left coalition, the Pd is at 34.1%, the Sala List at 8.4%, Green Europe at 4.8%, Riformisti at 2.8%, Milano Unita at 1.7%. Other lists 3.7%. In the Lombard capital, turnout was the lowest ever. The candidate M5s Layla Pavone stops at 3.4%, while the M5s list at 3.9%. In fact, at the close of the polls, the 47,6% compared to 54.6% in 2016, when they voted in just one day. In 2011, the turnout was much higher, 67.5%.

NAPLES – The candidate Gaetano Manfredi (center-left and M5s) reaches 62.4%, according to the first Projection of the Opinio Italia consortium for Rai, followed by Catello Maresca (center-right) with 19.2%. Followed by Antonio Bassolino (10.9%) and Alessandra Clemente (5.8%). According to Swg, the first party projections give the Democratic Party first party at 15% and immediately behind M5s at 12%. Then Fi at 5.6% and Fdi at 4.1%.

BOLOGNA – The candidate Matteo Lepore (center left), supported by both the Democratic Party and the 5 Star Movement, detaches the candidate from the center right Fabio Battistini with 58.5% of the votes, Battistini is at 31.3% of the votes. At 3.3% the candidate of Power to the People Marta Collot.

TORINOStefano Lo Russo (center-left) is 43.5% while the center-right candidate Paolo Damilano it is 38.6%, according to the second projections of Consorzio Opinio Italia for Rai. The candidate of M5s and Europa Verde Valentina Sganga it is at 9% while Angelo D’Orsi (anticapitalist Left – Communist Refoundation – Dema democracy autonomy, PCI, Power to the People) is at 3% (coverage of the sample 11%).

ROMA – First data of the different projections in the capital. If at first Swg for La7 case Virginia Raggi second ahead of Gualtieri, the latest surveys give her three points behind the former minister dem. The percentage of 31.8%. Followed by Roberto Gualtieri 24.1%, Virginia Raggi with 21.1% and Carlo Calenda with 18%.

CALABRIA – According to the SWG projection for La7 with coverage of 20%, the center-right candidate in the regional of Calabria Roberto Occhiuto is at 54.2%, the candidate of the center left Amalia Bruni at 29.4%, Luigi de Magistris at 15.1%, the former governor Mario Oliverio at 1.3%. The center-right coalition is at 55.2%, with Fi at 17.8%, Forza Azzurri at 8.6%, Fdi at 8.4%, Lega at 7.9%, Udc at 4.4%. Other lists 8.1%. The center-left coalition stands at 29.2%, with Pd at 13.9%, M5s at 6.7%, the Bruni list as president at 4.2%, Tesoro Calabria at 2.8%. Other lists 1.6%.

TRIESTE – According to the second projections of Consorzio Opinio Italia for Rai, with a sample coverage of 11%, a Trieste the center-right candidate Roberto Dipiazza is at 45.4%, ahead of the center-left candidate Francesco Russo at 32%. Seconded, Riccardo Laterza of ‘Oggi Triestè at 9% and Ugo Rossi of the 3 V Movement at 5.3%.

AFFLUENCE – With the number of municipal voters standing at 54.69%, this first round of administration sets a record for the low participation in the vote: in practice, one out of two voters did not go to the polls. From 2010 to today, the lower turnout was recorded earlier in 2017 (1,004 municipalities voting) with 60.07%. Last year (764 municipalities) turnout was 65.62%; in 2019 (3,685 municipalities) by 67.68%. In the round five years ago, 61.52% of those eligible had voted.

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