There are those who go up, like the Brothers of Italy, who have remained stable – see the Pd of Elly Schlein, and who goes down like Lega and Forza Italia. With a curiosity: if the opposition were united - wide field hypothesis - it would reach 47% and would be able to overcome the center-right (46%). A significant fact at a time when Pd, M5S, Avs, +Europe and Action (but without Italy living on Matthew Renzi) are joining forces in the battle over the minimum wage.
Between FdI and Pd 8.5 points of difference
Let's see in detail the voting intentions of the latest poll analysis by Noto Sondaggi carried out for Republic on July 20. Brothers of Italy continues to be the first party with 28.5% of the votes (+0.5%), in second position is the Pd of Elly Schlein which stabilized at 20%, like last June 13, therefore with 8.5 points of difference compared to the list led by President Meloni.
Wide field hypothesis would exceed the center-right by one point
Within the centre-right camp, Lega and Forza Italia are tied at 8%. The party of Matthew Salvini lost one point in just over a month, the Azzurri two, while Noi Moderati stops at 1.5% (stable). If the government coalition totals 46% (-2.5%), all the opposition reaches 47% (-0.5%) but we know well that it would be anomalous to consider these parties in a single block, as they have different positions on different issues, underlines Antonio Noto's survey.
M5S stable and FI declining but holding
The M5S gained one point and is now at 16% while Action is positioned above Italia Viva (4% for Calenda's party and 2.5% for Renzi). In particular after the dizzying increase of Forza Italia recorded in the aftermath of the death of its founder Silvio Berlusconinow the consensus for the Azzurri has decreased as before reaching 8% and losing 2 points compared to the poll of 13 June (the day after the leader's death), but perhaps the news is that, even in the absence of the Cavaliere, the party is currently able to keep its voters together.