It is expected that the right-wing bloc in Italy lead by Giorgia Meloni win the Parliamentary election of this Sunday. But voter sentiment has changed in the past two weeks and surprises are not to be ruled out, pollsters say.
Since the publication of opinion polls was banned two weeks ago, the 5 Star MovementThe left-leaning, non-aligned group appears to have advanced significantly, while the right-wing Liga has reportedly lost steam, according to seven pollsters interviewed by Reuters.
the league of Matteo Salvini he is the main ally of the party Brothers from Italy of Meloni, who has probably cemented his position as the most popular force ahead of the Democratic Party (PD) center-left of Enrico Lettathe pollsters said.
As for the overall result, the majority said that the probability of the right winning the majority in both houses of parliament and forming the next government has decreased somewhat due to the rise of the 5 Star, but it is still by far the most likely, Reuters reported.
At the time of the blackout of polls on September 10, most polls placed the Brothers of Italy at around 24%. While the combined conservative bloc – which also includes the League and Forza Italia of the former Minister Silvio Berlusconi— around 46%.
Pollsters consider his victory assured due to divisions on the left, in particular the breakdown of an alliance between the PD and the former prime minister’s 5 Star Movement. Giuseppe Conte. This scenario of victory for the right is maintained, according to the pollsters, despite the signs of progress for the 5 Stars, which until a few months ago was in deep crisis.