Ahead of the September 25 General Election, opinion polls show the centre-right coalition and Fdl have maintained their significant lead. These are the last surveys before the pre-vote embargo kicks in.
According to the last surveys released ahead of the September 25 general election, the centre-right coalition and the right-wing Brothers of Italy (FdI) party held their significant leads.
A quorum/youtrend poll for Skytg24 gave Giorgia Meloni’s FdI the support of 25.3% of the electorate. The centre-left Democratic Party (PD)shows as second with 21.2%.
In third place is the 5-Star Movement (M5S) with 13.8%, followed by FdI’s centre-right allies, Matteo Salvini’s League on 12.9% and Silvio Berlusconi’s Forza Italia (FI) on 7.9%.
The so-called Third Pole, made up of the Azione and Italia Viva and, like the M5S, running independent of the big blocs, is on 5.5%.
The PD’s left-wing and Green allies, SI-Europa Verde, are on 3.4%, and another part of the alliance, +Europa, is on 2.2%. The Italexit group is on 2.4%.
The poll puts the centre-right coalition as a whole on 47.2%. That is almost 20 points more than the centre left on 28%.
Results of other opinion polls
A poll by Termometro Politico gave FdI 25,2%, the PD 22.2%, the League and M5S 13,3%. Forza Italia 7.2% and Azione/Italia Viva 5.1%.
An Ipsos poll for Corriere della Sera put FdI on 25.1%, the PD on 20.5%, the M5S on 14.5%, the League on 12.5%, Forza Italia on 8% and the Third Pole on 6.7%.