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If you were a member of the Senate, would you vote for or against the constitutional reform?

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Italy: opinion on constitutional reform as of October 2015 This statistic represents Italian adults' opinions on the controversial constitutional reform proposed by Matteo Renzi as of October 2015. According to the survey results, public opinion in Italy was split on the issue: about one third of respondents was in favor of the reform, while another third was against it, and the remaining third was still undecided. Among other measures, the proposed reform sought to replace the upper house by a smaller one.
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This statistic represents Italian adults' opinions on the controversial constitutional reform proposed by Matteo Renzi as of October 2015. According to the survey results, public opinion in Italy was split on the issue: about one third of respondents was in favor of the reform, while another third was against it, and the remaining third was still undecided. Among other measures, the proposed reform sought to replace the upper house by a smaller one.
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Release date
October 2015
Region
Italy
Survey time period
October 5th, 2015
Number of respondents
800 respondents
Age group
18 years and older
Method of interview
CATI, online interview

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