Brothers of Italy loses consensus and from first place in the standings drops to third, after Pd and Lega. According to the latest work Ipsos from Nando Pagnoncelli made in October, illustrated on Corriere della Sera, the first party is in fact the Democratic Party with 22.5 per cent of the votes, the League is the second with 20 per cent, while Giorgia Meloni drops to 18.8 percent, below Matteo Salvini.
According to the latest survey Ipsos in the party of Meloni, beyond the numbers it should be emphasized “la geography of consents “: in the North West Fdi reaches 21% and in the North East to 23.1%, in the Center to 20.9% while in the South it collapses to 13.7% “. Fratelli d’Italia records a “surprising” 28.2 percent among the self-employed but the consents of entrepreneurs (21 per cent) and office workers (20.7 per cent) are also better than average. According to Pagnoncelli, “it exploits an opposition income by attracting certain social segments such as more proven autonomous from the relapses of pandemic, more discontented and in some way departed from the League“.
And then we come to the League: Ipsos does not detect major news on the electorate. The consents advance with the growing age and from a geographical point of view the North gives up to 7.5 points more to the party of Salvini which, however, appears to be in sharp decline in the Center (12.9 per cent) and in the South (15.6 per cent). The League is awarded in municipalities with less than 10,000 inhabitants.
And if the 5 Star Movement that according to the survey Ipsos record the 16,5% of the consensus is rewarded in the South (25.1% against an average in the North of around 10%) Pd which is the first party is strongest in the Center of Italy, “well established” in North West e on the other hand, it is very weak in the South and Islands (at 14 per cent). The “sensational” figure concerns age: if only the over 65s voted, the Democratic Party would have 36.4% of the votes while if only 35-49 year olds expressed their opinion it would collapse to 13.5%.