Shock lifting by Pagnoncelli, Pd disappeared among workers and workers. FdI, where Giorgia Meloni stands out

The Democratic Party is the party of the “rich” and the elite, increasingly distant from the workers. It is well known that ideologies have collapsed, but researcher Nando Pagnoncelli’s analysis of the electorate of individual parties offers more than a surprising starting point for analyzing where the consensus is heading in the next political elections.

It is immediately obvious that the Democratic Party has a “more masculine electorate, of a more mature age (60% are over 50 years old against 54.6% of the total number of voters), more educated (61% are graduates or graduates, 10 points more than average), upper-middle or upper-middle income (42%, 15 points higher than average). One in three (32%) is retired, white-collar and business classes are more present than average of voters (33%, +10%) while the workers and unemployed are underrepresented (16% against 26.4%)”, reads Corriere della Sera. Fratelli d’Italia sees a male component in 54% and in the electorate of Giorgia Meloni’s party “the central age groups prevail, between 35 and 64 years old (they weigh 62%, against 51.3% of the Italian average), while the educational level does not differ much from the national average “as well as” people who have an average economic situation (35% against 30.1%) and those who belong to the clerical class or are independent (29% against 23.4%); and the unemployed classes, despite being numerous, are much less present than the average (46% against 54.3%)”.

By the squeeze, the party most voted by the ruling classes is the Democratic Party (24.2%) followed by FdI (22.5%), Lega (11.5%) and Forza Italia (11.1%); while among workers and “executive workers” it is not a left-wing force, but the League (23.1%), followed by the FdI (21.9%), M5S (14.6%) “and only in fourth place the Democratic Party” with 12.5%.

Meloni’s party also violates self-employed workers (24.8%) and housewives (20.4%), once the manor of Silvio Berlusconi, recalls Nando Pagnoncelli.

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