Fratelli d’Italia touches an all-time high, reaching 18.7 percent. League down by 0.9%, but still at the top in the Swg survey on voting intentions in upcoming policies, conducted on a sample of 1,200 adults from 28 April to 3 May (Cati-Cami-Cawi survey method). The Democratic Party is essentially stable, the M5s gains 0.4% compared to the April 26 survey, but remains off the podium.
League down, Pd stable, Fdi up sharply
League down to 20.9%, it loses 0.9% compared to the survey of April 26, down by more than 13 points compared to the result of the 2019 European Championships when it was 34.3 percent. However, he remains at the top of the Swg rankings. Enrico Letta’s Pd was substantially stable at 19% (the previous week it was 19.1%), down compared to the 2019 European Championships when it was 22.7 percent. Brothers of Italy stands out, reaching its all-time high of 18.7% (+ 1.1% compared to the April 26 survey). Earn more than 11 points compared to 6.5% of the 2019 European Championships.
Off the podium the M5s
The M5s remains off the podium again this week with 17.8%, although gaining 0.4% compared to the previous survey (it was 17.1% at the 2019 European Championships). Forza Italia loses 0.2% and collects 6.6% (in the Europeans it was 8.8%. Carlo Calenda’s share is 3.5% (it loses 0.1% compared to the survey of 26 April The Italian left loses 0.2% and collects 2.9% (ahead of the result of the 2019 European Championships when it was 1.7%).
Greens stable, recovery + Europe
The Greens were essentially stable at 2.1% (+ 0.1% compared to the previous week). They were at 2.3% at the European Championships 2019. It goes back to 2% + Europe (it was at 1.7% in the previous survey, down from 3.1% of the European Championships 2019), which surpasses Matteo Renzi’s Italia viva. Mdp Article 1 is at 1.5% (-0.1%), Let’s change at 1% (-0.1%). The other parties below 1% are stable at 2.3%.