GENOA – 20 days before the municipal elections, Marco Bucci’s advantage over Ariel Dello Strologo still grows and exceeds 15 percentage points. The Tecnè survey photographs a clear political situation in view of the administrative elections of June 12 in Genoa. Compared to the last poll of 9 May, the center-right candidate and outgoing mayor still earns, going from 54.4% to 56% of the last course. On the other hand, the progressive candidate (center-left and M5s) Dello Strologo loses more than one percentage point, passing from 41.7% registered on 9 May to 40.5% of preferences. The percentage of voting intentions in favor of the third candidate, the senator, also dropped Mattia Crucioli which passes from 2.2% to1.9%.
Compared to February 1, the outgoing mayor Bucci remained practically unchanged (59.9% on February 28) while there was an increase of almost 3 percentage points (February 28 it was 37.7%) while remaining far from the percentage registered by the rival. If the poll was confirmed at the time of the vote, there would be no ballot with the outgoing mayor Bucci who would be confirmed at the helm of Palazzo Tursi for another 5 years.
The latest figure is the perception by the Genoese on who will win the municipal elections on the subject from their personal vote. In this case, Bucci’s advantage extends even further. For the 73.9% of the Genoese in the municipal elections will win the center-right candidate Marco Bucci. For 22.8%, the final victory will go to the progressive candidate Ariel Dello Strologo. The position of the other candidates is far from it.