Schifani is Italy's least favorite governor. At the top of the ranking is Luca Zaia


By John

Massimiliano Fedriga is the second most popular governor in Italy. He emerges from a SWG survey, carried out on a sample of 11,589 adults resident in Italy in the period 21 February – 26 April. Before him there is only the president of the Veneto Region, Luca Zaia, with 70 percent of the votes, confirming the leading position, actually gaining one percentage point compared to last year. In the ranking, Fedriga receives 64%, Stefano Bonaccini president of Emilia Romagna (Pd – centre-left) 62%. With 56 percent of the votes, the president of Campania Vincenzo De Luca (PD-centre-left) obtains fourth place, gaining seven percentage points compared to 2023. The governor of Sicily, Roberto Schifani, brings up the rear (Forza Italia) with 27 percent of the vote (gaining one point compared to 2023), preceded by Francesco Rocca, president of Lazio (Fratelli d'Italia) with 29 percent: one percentage point less than last year.