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Opinion polling carried out in the wake of the 17-18 October second round municipal elections held across Italy's largest cities shows voters largely viewed the leaders of parties of the right as 'losers' of the elections, with parties on the left as the 'winners'.
- Among these leaders, which is the most defeated in the local elections?: Matteo Salvini (Lega) : 47%, Silvio Berlusconi (FI): 16%, Giorgia Meloni (FdI): 15%. Ipsos, 18/10/21
- Among these leaders, which one came out the most successful in the local elections?: Enrico Letta (PD): 44%, Giuseppe Conte (M5S): 14%, Carlo Calenda (Azione): 12%. Ipsos, 18/10/21
- The collapse in support for the anti-establishment populist 5-Star Movement has seen a concurrent increase in support for the centre-left Democratic Party (PD), which now leads in some nationwide opinion polls.
- Nevertheless, the parties of the right and centre-right remain favourites to take over from PM Mario Draghi's national coalition gov't come the 2023 legislative election.