The First Italian Exit Polls Are Out

Tyler Durden's picture

And here we go with the first Senate exit polls from RAI:

  • BERSANI 36%-38%,
  • BERLUSCONI 30%-32%
  • GRILLO 17%-19%,
  • MONTI 7%-9%

As for the chamber:

  • BERSANI 35-37%
  • BERLUSCONI 29-31%
  • GRILLO 19-21%

Visual summary from Il Giornale - Senate:

And Chamber:

The turnout of the elections is estimated to be 76.6%, compared to 80.6% in 2008, and the lowest since World War 2.

Expect more data, lots of it conflicting in the coming minutes and hours. To summarize: Berlusconi+Grillo may end up with a majority, yet due to the way the Senate seats are assigned, the current outcome may be sufficient for Bersani.

As a reminder, the Senate winner needs 158 seats for outright majority (more here)

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lolmao500's picture

Nooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo. Bersani a ``former`` communist, he'll fit right in the Eurocracy.

Sudden Debt's picture

communisme... WHAT'S YOURS IS NOW MINE!!

what's next.... namechange to UNITED STATES OF EUROPE?!

falak pema's picture

before becoming a communist he was a philosopher; and before that he was a alpine mountain climber and before that he was a Renaissance paintings nut "angeli del fango".

Italy is a land of many faces; and pastas. 

But the MOST IMPORTANT MESSAGE IS THIS : 

LIVE: ITALIAN LEFT SET TO WIN ELECTION, MARKETS ARE SURGING

Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/italian-election-results-2013-2#ixzz2LvID4Lkn

So much for being a Commie...he is totally Euro Oligarchy compatible! 

Edward Fiatski's picture

Berlusconi - 30/32%. LMAO

Well, the EUR certainly doesn't like that. Heh-heh.

arkady's picture

Grillo and 5-star doing slightly bette than expected.   You have to be impressed with that, the guy came out of nowhere and built a party that is now a player in national politics.  

Also, the vampire squid tentacle is doing substantially worse than the previous polls suggest, so that is positive. 

Too bad Italy going Left, but eh, too late for Europe.

Momauguin Joe's picture

Side by side, Grillo looks to be the most honest of the bunch.

falak pema's picture

if he sings ô sole mio like Berlu and ave maria like Pavarotti he will be elected pope and PM. 

 

falak pema's picture

Bunga bunga time !   Il Cavaliere will be throwing a Swedish Smorgasbord, SS,  to celebrate europe, with IKEA meatballs on menu! All Grillo members welcome as they love swedish delights in southern italy! 

Avanti Forza Italia! 

Edward Fiatski's picture

HOW DO I GET INVITED TO SUCH ILLUSTRIOUS PARTAYY? Is there going to be an orgy inside a dead horse carcass after the feast?

Graci mille!

Zero Debt's picture

Nothing like beating a dead horse..

Spastica Rex's picture

Outside of a horse, a book is a man's best friend.

Inside a horse, it's too dark to read.

Volaille de Bresse's picture

"MONTI 7%-9%"

 

HA HA! vafanculo cazzo!

lolmao500's picture

7-9%, that's about the same number of people that approve of congress.

About 10% of humanity is really TOTALLY RETARDED no matter where you go...

Yen Cross's picture

  That worthless technocrat Monti, is getting a "Bitch Slapping". They're coming for you next Draghi!

Haus-Targaryen's picture

Stupid Italians voting for more austerity and more Europe.  Cowards.

holdbuysell's picture

Election results are proudly supported by Diebold. /s

overmedicatedundersexed's picture

did they throw away all the newspapers with monti wins??? if you vote you just support the crimes of deibold and soros, do they off shore the vote totals like the progressive USA?? what do you call an italian and american voter: dumb and dumer

bigkahuna's picture

damn Americans and their Soetoro. WTF were THEY thinking?

/political satire off

Volaille de Bresse's picture

"Berlusconi - 30/32%. LMAO


Well, the EUR certainly doesn't like that"

 

Yep! 

 

"Who'll be the last clown  To bring the house down? "

 SUPERTRAMP "If Everyone Was Listening"

 

His name is Silvio?  

market le pew's picture

I congratulate Italy to its COMMUNIST Governement

buzzsaw99's picture

Horse head from Czech Swedish meatball factory may end up in Bersani's bed tonight. [/too funny]

Edward Fiatski's picture

Nah! If you want to stay true to the trade, you get 'em locally or from your target's farm/ranch, and then send in the present. Heh-heh-heh.

NoWayJose's picture

Exit polls typically undercount candidates like Grillo because people vote one way in protest but then do not like to admit they did. Could be Bunga time. And if Bersani pulls something together but has less than 50% of the votes, how long will that last?

shinobi-7's picture

Berlusconi just found out that the Vatican was unoccupied next Sunday. Win or lose, he is planning to celebrate with a "festa delle castagne" in the great Italian tradition!

Super Broccoli's picture

looks like 46% of italians are wothless sheeps

Super Broccoli's picture

3,5% of people voted for a guy who's party's name is "civil revolution" ???? LOL

falak pema's picture

in italy revolution means evolution if you include a sweetener...

Sudden Debt's picture

so what?

America elected a president that said: YES WE CAN!! not you... WE! and who's WE? well...  NOT YOU...!

Super Broccoli's picture

i'm not italian, i don't even speak the language but seeing the results i think i should have gone for it creating a party named ... erm "whatever", "loot the banks" or "let's make war to kazakstan" ;-)

thismarketisrigged's picture

im rooting for the guy who will send the market crashing. whomever that guy is, hope he wins

Haus-Targaryen's picture

Exactly.  The sad thing is, the guy who will send the markets crashing has already been priced in. 

falak pema's picture

lol, your idea of democracy begins in the market. 

That just summarises our current Zeitgeist of shoddy financialista world. 

Super Broccoli's picture

that's not a guy, that's the whole of them not agreeing on who's the boss now ;-)

Sudden Debt's picture

well... I just want to say.... THE HORSE THAT IS LAST IN THIS RACE WILL BE LASAGNE BY NEXT WEEK!!!

 

Edward Fiatski's picture

You linked Spanish - regardless, it's risk on for that region.

RISK ON, LMAO.

lolmao500's picture

Exit polls in Italy are mostly BS... anyway.

Black Swan : Lega Nord takes Lombardia and Italy ends up seperating in 2 states, creating an Italian civil war... some of my friends in Italy fear this exact scenario...

Super Broccoli's picture

can someone explain what's the point of NOT voting for Monti to vote for Bersani ???? They think JPM's logo more fashionable than the GS's ?

Glass Seagull's picture

 

 

Micheal McDonald running in this poll?  He's soooo talented in soooo many ways.

Monedas's picture

The emotional, female reaction is to veer left in a crisis (FDR, Hitler, Mussolini, Stalin, Castro, Chavez, Kirchner)!  These weak, divided PIGS governments appeal to me .... they are more likely to do nothing .... and let people cheat on their taxes ! The Italians are hanging on to their gold, the people are hoarding their own gold and they're milking the Euro Zone for all they can get .... I wish our government was looking out for us ! That cruise ship captain still hasn't gone to trial .... they cover their own ! Italy will muddle through .... worry about us !

Shell Game's picture

Monedas wrote: "I wish our government was looking out for us!"

The only 'wish' I have for our government is that it would fit on the head of a pin...

Zgangsta's picture

In Soviet Russia, government looks out for you.

John Wilmot's picture

Hey look, a libertarian(-ish) party: Fermare Il Declino (Stop the Decline).

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stop_the_Decline

"The core goals of FiD include the reduction of the national debt by 20% of GDP in 5 years, the reduction of the public expenditure by at least 6% of GDP in 5 years, the reduction of the tax burden on citizens by at least 5% in 5 years, the introduction of a serious federalism, university reform, liberalizations and privatizations."

 

Montezuma's picture

"The turnout of the elections is estimated to be 76.6%, compared to 80.6% in 2008, and the lowest since World War 2."

To be fair Italy had compulsory voting until 1993 and weather was really bad. Just keeping it real.

trichotil's picture

italian (or any country for that matter) voting instructions:

please use your (non open source easily manipulated) voting machine to select the rothschild minion  sabre rattling freemason murderous satanic jew scumbag of your choice. all hail democracy in action!