Martedì, 16 Ottobre 2018
ROME

Center-left still ahead in last SWG poll before Italian vote

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Rome, February 8 - The latest and last SWG poll to
be released before a pre-election blackout on Friday showed that
the centre-left coalition headed by Pier Luigi Bersani was still
in the lead for the upcoming national elections in Italy, with
33.8%.
Ex-premier Silvio Berlusconi's centre-right coalition,
which has been gaining ground in recent weeks, remains steady at
27.8%.
Though Bersani's Democratic Party (PD) is favoured to win
the election, the poll suggested it will not have a working
majority in parliament.
According to SWG, Bersani's coalition will take only 146
senators with it, less than the required 158.
This has led to speculation that Bersani could make a
post-election pact with former European commissioner Monti, who
took the helm of an emergency government in November 2011 and is
standing for office on a reform platform backed by several
centrist parties.
The anti-establishment Five Star Movement (MS5) of comedian
Beppe Grillo remains in a steady third place at 18.8% in
Friday's poll.
Monti's centrist coalition dropped almost one point (0.8%)
with 13.4% of projected votes.

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