Polls, Ghisleri after the “flame” of Forza Italia: “Tajani’s Challenge …”

Polls, Ghisleri after the “flame” of Forza Italia: “Tajani’s Challenge …”

How does the center-right change with the disappearance of Silvio Berlusconi? The question was answered by Alessandra Ghisleri, who comments on the latest research and Giorgia Meloni’s moves in the Thursday, June 22nd episode of L’aria che tira, on La7. “In addition to being prime minister, she is also the leader of a party, this dual role makes her need to be more moderate, but can she afford to lose the most identifiable part” of the electorate? The FdI is between 28 and 30 percent, recalls the director of Euromedia Research, and Meloni “has consensus and is well liked, his confidence is high. He needs Forza Italia to justify this more moderate component”, unlike the League.

Based on data from Dire-Tecnè, Forza Italia has seen an increase in support following the death of its founder. Since June 16 it has gained 3.5 percent and today the party led by Antonio Tajani is valued at 11.8 percent. “A fire of emotion, media pressure and celebrations – says Ghisleri – the real question is whether Tajani can keep the party going”. What is the researcher referring to? Tajani is busy as deputy prime minister and foreign minister. But in FI it is necessary to renew the rules: there is no longer an absolute boss like Berlusconi. “Tajani will have to keep votes, leadership and majority together,” argues Ghisleri. It’s not an easy challenge.

Source: IL Tempo

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