The polls leave no way for Giuseppe Conte. The premier comes out of this emergency with broken bones. According to the latest revelations of Political Thermometer, in fact, for the third consecutive week, the confidence of Italians in Conte is falling. In detail, 56.7 percent of Italians have little or no confidence in the head of government against 42.7 percent of those who have enough and a lot of confidence in the prime minister. Net numbers that demonstrate what has already been estimated: the coronavirus has undoubtedly united citizens around the dominant figure, but the future is uncertain. Just yesterday, Friday 22 May, the Italians had expressed themselves negatively with respect to a party that supported a pro-Count coalition. In short, Italy repays the government with its own currency.