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


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
Ex-premier Silvio Berlusconi's centre-right coalition,
which has been gaining ground in recent weeks, remains steady at
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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