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.
What do Italians think of the green pass and vaccines? To understand it, Livio Gigliuto –Vice President at Istituto Piepoli– starts from fear in the Delta variant. Worried is 76% of respondents. A fear that has repercussions on the summer, on the way in which holidays will be lived.
The consequence of this is a rather important level of consent, with respect to the vaccination obligation. 7 out of 10 Italians say they are in favor. However, there is a share, 1 out of 4 Italians, which is strongly opposed.
On the green pass, 2 out of 3 Italians agree with its extension, but what does it mean? 35% of Italians would be in favor of using it to enter bars and restaurants, 29% would use it to access public transport. A good 30% of the sample would keep it as it is.
In the world of the Center-Right there is a majority of Forza Italia voters who agree with the extension of the green pass. The majority of the Lega’s voters (a little less than 60%) also agree, while the majority of Fratelli d’Italia voters disagree.
Another hot topic addressed in the episode of Studio24 conducted by Giorgia Rombolà, is that of Justice. The Cartabia reform has been a central theme in the last week and Livio Gigliuto, according to the Istituto Piepoli survey, shows that 64% of Italians are in favor (81% of the Center-Right voters, 75% of the Center -Left and 57% of the M5S). It should be noted that about 1 out of 5 Italians cannot tell us their opinion on the Justice Reform.