Italy’s New Government Approval Rating Plummets From 43% To 34% In Three Weeks, Protests Return

It was less than a month ago that the new Italian government of the pseudotechnocrat Letta, of Bilderberg 2012 andAspen Institute fame, was voted in by a majority of the PD and the PDL parties (the latter agreeing so Berlusconi would get an extension of his much needed political immunity from assorted prison sentences). It may not last too long. As Reuters reports, it took just 20 days for Letta’s approval rating to plunge by 25%, dropping from 43% at the start of the month to 34%, according to an SWG institute poll. It would appear the Italian people (unlike their Japanese peers who at least according to government-controlled media data could not be happier with PM Abe, supposedly because of the bubblelicious 50% rise in the Nikkei225 year to date, even though under 20% are actually invested in the stock market making one wonder just how credible polling, and all other data in Japan actually is) don’t have Mrs. Watanabe’s childish fascination with soaring stock bubbles ,sexy bondsmini skirts and 2% inflation bras, and instead demand real economic results.

Which also means the protests are back.

 

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