The general elections in Italy were held on March 4, 2018. Italy has a long history of political party realignment, renaming, dissolving, re-merging, and re-founding. Several parties frequently build alliances in the run-up to general elections and split again after defeats. We present all polls since the end of 2006 and show all parties, which were polled in more than 200 polls and have been polling above five percent on average or have successfully taken part in general elections by finishing among the top six parties. In Italian, the general elections are called "Elezioni politiche italiane" with the parliamentary election for the Chamber of Deputies and the Senate.
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