#eu09it

And now in Italy:

PdL (Berlusconi, Centre-Right) 35.26% (EU04: 32.41%)
PD (Franceschini, Centre-Left) 26.13% (EU04: 31.09%)
Lega Nord (Bossi, Far-Right) 10.22% (EU04: 4.97%)
Italia dei Valori (Di Pietro, Centre-Left) 7.98% (EU04: 2.13%)
UdC (Casinni, Centre-Right) 6.52% (EU04: 5.89%)

Remarks:

  • Berlusconi may have lost some of his power regarding the latest parliamentary elections, but he’s still stronger than in the last European elections. He’s strongest in the south (Abruzzo, Campania, Molise, Puglia)
  • The socialists (PD) are still below 2004-levels (although it’s hard to calculate, since I only have results for the «Uniti nell’Ulivo» coalition of socialists and communists, Prodi and Veltroni), even if they’re higher than in the last parliamentary elections. The only regions where they won are Emilia Romagna and Toscana
  • The Lega is becoming a major political power getting ~20% in the north (especially in Lombardia, Veneto, Friuli Venezia Giulia) and arriving 3rd
  • The Communist parties are paying the price of fragmentation, sending 0 (zero) representatives to the EU parliament, even though they got 3.38+ 3.11+ 2.42+ 0.54= 9.54% combined
  • The country remains strongly centre-right, with PdL+Lega+UdC receiving a total of 52% of the vote, with the centre-left a distant second with PD+DiPietro+Communists receiving 43.65%

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