Italy: opinion on Jus soli citizenship right bill 2017

This statistic illustrates the share of Italians who were in favor or against the Jus soli ("law of the soil") after the Senate canceled the date of its vote in 2017. According to the survey, almost 70 percent of respondents were against the draft. The bill would confer Italian citizenship to children who have been to school in Italy for at least five years and, if at least one parent holds a residence permit, to babies born on Italian soil.

The Senate canceled the vote on the Jus soli citizenship right bill from the calendar. Are you in favor or against the draft law on citizenship rights?

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Release date

September 2017



Survey time period

September 2017

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