Polls, Confidential Study Terrorizes the Democratic Party: What’s Behind Letta’s “Useful Vote”

Polls, Confidential Study Terrorizes the Democratic Party: What’s Behind Letta’s “Useful Vote”

Enrico Letta’s appeal to the “useful vote” that asks voters at least “4 percent more” than the polls attribute to the Democratic Party was not made by chance, but is based on a document that worries the Nazarene and not the least. . This is a confidential study commissioned by the Democratic Party and slipped on the dem tables according to which the only hope for Letta and her comrades is an injection of at least 4% of the vote compared to estimates if they want to avoid the center-coat “coat”. right.

Indeed, it is the only chance to “make 24 single-member constituencies fully contestable so far considered lost. To mount victory in another fifteen. And win another 23 proportional seats”, is the confidential analysis of the Democratic Party according to Republic reports. . Letta’s goal is to take two points from Giuseppe Conte’s 5 Star Movement, despite strong growth, and the same for the third pole of Carlo Calenda and Matteo Renzi. But about how to do it, it’s very dark. The only thing certain, at least according to the secretary’s calculations, is that with four more points, he would avoid “the nightmare scenario of a right wing with 70 percent of parliamentarians” to “reduce that limit to a more modest 55 percent” .

But Letta’s call for a useful vote was seen by many in the Democratic Party as a “gamble”, also because it attests to the failure of his strategy, while among the party’s big names there is increasing criticism of the secretary.

Returning to the study in the hands of the dem, it must be considered that more votes are not enough for the Democratic Party, it is also necessary that they are distributed in a certain way to stop the coalition of Giorgia Meloni, Matteo Salvini and Silvio Berlusconi. “It would take a clear victory in Emilia Romagna and Tuscany. Then, a convincing statement in the big cities ruled by the Democratic Party: Milan, Turin, Florence, Bologna, Rome and Naples. center-left or in balance regions: Trento, Ancona , Bari and Sardinia. There are many unknowns”, explains the newspaper.

Source: IL Tempo