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Unless the Yes campaign can shift tactics, Italy’s constitutional referendum is heading for a No vote

In this post for the LSE Europe blog, James Dennison and Jonas Bergan Draege use existing survey data to assess the demographic and partisan trends behind voting intentions. They argue that with support for the reforms falling over recent months, the best strategy for a Yes vote may be to capitalise on distrust in political parties by reframing the referendum as a way to reduce the number of politicians in parliament.

Unless the Yes campaign can shift tactics, Italy’s constitutional referendum is heading for a No vote

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