As in any self-respecting Monday, you cannot miss the Swg survey created for TgLa7 by Enrico Mentana. The figures released by the director are once again encouraging on the center-right, which always remains widely preferred in the voting guidelines. Rather, the gap between the League and the Democratic Party has widened again: Matteo Salvini went up to 27.3% (+0.3), while the dem fell to 19.1 (-0.4). The gap starts to be important again, while that between M5S and FdI is getting thinner and thinner: the grillini only detected at 15.8% (-0.2), while Giorgia Meloni it is at 14.4% (+0.4).
In the center-right the only party falling compared to a week ago is Forza Italia (5.6%, -0.4), a sign that some positions of Silvio Berlusconi – lately more conciliatory with the government than with the allies – are not liked to a part of his electorate. In the rear there is Left detected at 4%, in front of both Carlo Calenda and Matteo Renzi. The latter with Italia Viva (2.7%) was once again overtaken by Action (3.0%), but both remain marginal in voting intentions.