55 percent of voters would prefer Mario Draghi Prime Minister at Palazzo Chigi until the end of the legislature. For the Center-Left the percentage rises to 65.
The majority of Italians would like Mario Draghi to settle in Palazzo Chigi at least until 2023. While just over a quarter of the electorate would be inclined to see the former president of the ECB go up to the Quirinale in January 2022. This is what crystallizes a survey carried out by Piepoli Institute, for Il Foglio, on a sample of 500 adults. According to the analysis, 55% of voters would be in favor of a scenario of continuity and 27% of the rise of the Prime Minister at Colle (18% do not know).
A fact, that of the preference for Draghi to carry out his work as head of the Government, which has a differentiated appeal in the reference political areas. For the Center-Left it is by far the preferred scenario (65% of its voters think so, against 55% of the Center-Right and 57% of those who vote M5S).