Swg, here’s what Conte’s party is worth

the swg survey for La7

From many quarters, the background indicates that the prime minister is accelerating the creation of his own party

by Nicoletta Cottone

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From many quarters, the background indicates that the prime minister is accelerating the creation of his own party

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How much is Prime Minister Conte’s party worth? From many quarters, the background so loved by politics indicates that Giuseppe Conte would be accelerating in the creation of his own party and Swg for La7, he made a survey on how much the premier’s party would be worth: between 15% and 17 percent. In short, if the prime minister, committed to managing the government crisis, took the field independently and created his own list, he would be around an average of 16 percent. The Swg survey conducted on a sample of 1,200 adults between 15 and 19 January, also counts who the prime minister would take votes.

The thorns in Conte’s side

For Prime Minister Conte, who passed the test of trust – easily in the Chamber and with more effort in the Senate – one of the main thorns in the side will be the difficulty of the numbers in the commissions, at risk in Montecitorio despite having collected the yes with an absolute majority, but even more so in the Senate where the path appears very narrow.


Who would get the votes from

In the estimate of the consent to a party led by Conte, the votes would come for 5.3% from undecided and abstained, for 5% from the M5s, for 4% from the Democratic Party, for 0.7% from the center-right parties and for 1% from other formations.

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The new scenario

In the new scenario outlined by the survey on Conte’s party’s descent into the field, the political framework would change substantially. The League would remain in the lead, with 21.8%, followed by the premier’s party at 16%, which would jump to second place in the classification drawn up by the Swg. On the podium, in third place, Fratelli d’Italia at 15.9%, followed by the Democratic Party at 15.4% and the 5 Star Movement at 10.1%. Then Forza Italia at 5.4% and the Italian Left at 3.9%. Carlo Calenda’s share would be 3.7%, Matteo Renzi’s Italia Viva 2.8% and the sum of the other parties at 5%. However, there would still be a relative center-right majority.

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