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.
Italy, Gpf poll:
Approval ratings (PM+party leaders)
Conte (*-*): 56%
Di Maio (M5S-EFDD): 54% (+3)
Salvini (LEGA-ENF): 52% (+2)
Meloni (FdI-*): 33% (+1)
Berlusconi (FI-EPP): 25%
Martina (PD-S&D): 23% (+2)
Grasso (LeU-S&D): 17%
Field work: 30/09/18 – 1/10/18
Sample size: 613 pic.twitter.com/zJeEz6YrMr
— Europe Elects (@EuropeElects) October 4, 2018
In the north of Italy Salvin’s Lega Party hit an astonishing 41% according to another new poll.
Extraordinary numbers: Lega on 41% in north Italy, 31% in central Italy, and 22% in the south https://t.co/Xm0BPE0B2S
— Alberto Nardelli (@AlbertoNardelli) October 4, 2018
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.
Europe is becoming increasingly Eurosceptic. Italexit on the way?