Italy's anti-establishment leaders see popularity rise as Lega party surges

Italian Deputy PM Matteo Salvini’s approval ratings have risen to 52% whilst his party Lega hits 31% nationwide.

Italy’s other Deputy Prime Minister Di Maio from the MS5 Party topped 54% approval, with both the anti-establishment parties totalling over 60% in Italian polls.

In the north of Italy Salvin’s Lega Party hit an astonishing 41% according to another new poll.

Italy’s governing coalition anti-establishment parties are topping the polls in the country whilst the EU as Salvini continues to battle against EU interference.

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