Right-wing victory in Italy was even larger than predicted

Right-wing victory in Italy was even larger than predicted, by Jazz Shaw.

Yesterday, when we looked at the final polling going into the Italian elections, it appeared that the coalition of right-wing parties seeking to curb forced migration would take roughly a combined 32 to 35 percent of the vote.

As it turns out, they did even better, coming in with an estimated 37%. This is still short of a single-party majority, but impossible to ignore.