Rome. If Umbria, ruinously lost by the Democratic Party, has been compared to Ohio, the symbolic swing of the US presidential elections, Emilia-Romagna risks turning into a Pennsylvania. From 1992 to 2012 the state was a secure reserve for democratic candidates. But on 8 November 2016, Donald Trump prevailed, albeit less than a point and less than 50,000 popular votes. The observers attributed the result more to the economic problems, particularly in the mining sector, to the excessive security of the democrats.
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