The last five polls in Italy suggest that the party of Silvio Berlusconi, Forza Italia, is looking to secure 16-to-18% on election day, March 4.
According to Bloomberg, the average of January’s polls gives Berlusconi’s right-wing alliance a 37% share of the vote.
However, pollsters suggest that this may be underestimating the appeal of Berlusconi’s party. The former premier is leading a coalition that includes populists and far-right nationalists that is 2-3% short of securing an absolute parl...


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