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The Zan Bill

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.

Today at Studio24 conducted by the journalist of SkyTg24, Giorgia Rombolà, an important episode in which the Zan Bill and the Referendum on Justice were discussed.

Livio Gigliuto, Vice President at Istituto Piepoli commented on the weekly survey that Istituto Piepoli conducted on a representative sample of adult Italians.

A few months ago, an initial survey showed that 3 out of 4 citizens, across the board, were in favor of approving the Zan Bill; in recent weeks, however, also due to the intervention of the church which has an important weight on some areas of the electorate, something changes: that 75% becomes 60% of supporters who are divided as follows:

half would approve it as it is (29%)
another half is more open to any changes (31%)
17% say it should not be approved. Furthermore, compared to the last survey, the percentage of uncertain and undecided has increased (23%).

The voters of the Center-Left are the most determined on the approval of the text (40%), the voters of the M5S also accept it (36%), while the voters of the Center-Right are the most opposed, about 1 in 3.

As for the Leader of the M5S, for the majority of the sample, 56%, the answer is only one. Giuseppe Conte (89% within the M5S).

On the reform of justice, which Italians have been hearing about for several years and is a very heartfelt issue for most Italians, who for 56% say they are in favor.

This week there is a slight decline (-2%) in the Prime Minister trust, which however remains very high (67%). All the leaders of the M5S are growing, also thanks to the visibility they are having, although this does not impact the voting intentions. Indeed, for two weeks in a row there has been a slight decline (-0.5%) in the M5S. The PD and Forza Italia also drop and Azione (+ 1%) and Fratelli d’Italia (+ 0.5%) are growing. Lega remains the first party (20.5%) followed precisely by Fratelli d’Italia (20%).