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What Unites and What Divides

Livio Gigliuto, Vice President at Istituto Piepoli, guest of Giorgia Rombolà at Studio24 broadcast on RaiNews24, for a snapshot of Italy and public opinion on politics and current events.

In this first day of the week and last day of May, Livio Gigliuto, Vice President at Istituto Piepoli, tells the TV viewers of Giorgia Rombolà, what the Italian public opinion thinks about the management of the vaccination plan, the first hundred days of Draghi Government, the priorities of the next hundred days, the proposal of the Dowry to eighteen-year-olds and Zan Draft Laws on Homotransphobia.

Compared to the previous week, 67% of the sample are very and fairly satisfied with the vaccination plan. It grew by 5 percentage points.

The Italian opinion on the first 100 days of Draghi government is positive: 64% of the interviewees are considered favorable. The highest approval is found among the voters of the Center Left (80%), the lowest among the voters of the M5S (54%), who feel nostalgia for the Conte government.

Even the Priorities have changed. Now, in this phase two, Italians are more concentrated and think more about the issue of work and unemployment (52%), health and health emergency (28%), the reduction of taxes (22%), the support for families (20%).

The electorate is divided on the Dowry for eighteen-year-olds (51% agree) and reunites on Zan Draft Laws (in favor of 75% of respondents).

Speaking about our country’s main leaders, we see a general decline. Only Giorgia Meloni grows. With a + 2% she ranks fourth and reaches 32% of trust.

In voting intentions there is a slight decline in the Lega, Fratelli d’Italia does not grow. The only one to earn half a point is Action, due to the increased visibility of Carlo Calenda.