Saturday

1st Oct 2016

Ticker

Poll: 46% of Italians would vote to remain in EU

Forty six percent of Italians would vote to remain in the EU if the country had a UK-type referendum, according to an Ipsos poll for the Corriere della Sera daily. Twenty eight percent would vote to leave and 26 percent are undecided, the survey said. Italy will hold a referendum on constitutional reform in October. If PM Matteo Renzi's reform plans fall, he has promised to step down.

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