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Swg, among the big parties only the Democratic Party is growing

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Who would you vote for in politics? This is the question posed by the usual Swg poll on the voting intentions of Italians in upcoming policies. Among the big players only the Democratic Party is advancing, while the center-right parties are losing ground, which in any case collect half of the consensus of the requested audience. Here are the results of the survey conducted on a sample of 1,200 adults from 17 to 22 November 2021 (survey method: Cati-Cami-Cawi survey).

Pd in ​​the lead, Fdi and Lega down

The Democratic Party rises to 20.8%, gaining 0.5% compared to the November 15 survey when it was 20.3%. Still, however, below the result of the 2019 European Championships, when it was 22.7 percent. Down by 0.4% Fratelli d’Italia, which retains the second place in the ranking and stands at 19.8 percent. In clear growth compared to the result of the 2019 European Championships when it was 6.5 percent. Matteo Salvini’s League drops to 18.4%. It leaves 0.3% on the ground compared to the survey of 15 November. In sharp decline compared to the European 2019 when it was 34.3 percent.

M5s goes down, in recovery Action, Verdi and Iv

Giuseppe Conte’s M5s is also down and stands at 15.7%, down by 0.4% compared to 15 November. At the 2019 European Championships it was 17.1 percent. Forza Italia also dropped slightly to 6.8% (-0.1%), which in Europeans was 8.8%. There is a very slight increase in the share of Carlo Calenda which rises to 4% (it was 3.9% in the survey of 15 November). Stable at 2.5% Italian left, up compared to the result of the 2019 European Championships when it was 1.7 percent. Sale Italia viva by Matteo Renzi at 2.4% (+ 0.2% compared to the previous week), while the Greens also grew at 2.4% (+ 0.3%). Mdp-Article 1 dropped to 2.2% (-0.2%), + Europe increased to 2.1% (+0.2 percent). Stable at 1% Courage Italy. The other parties are 1.9% (+ 0.1%).

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