Il voto per le europee a Milano

La geografia socio-politica delle grandi città italiane del centro-nord è radicalmente cambiata negli ultimi 25 anni. Se osserviamo la distribuzione dei voti a Milano tra i partiti alle elezioni europee del 1994, tenutesi pochi mesi dopo la straordinaria vittoria elettorale di Silvio Berlusconi nel Marzo dello stesso anno in cui Forza Italia ottenne il 21% e il Polo delle Libertà più quasi il 43%), vediamo un chiaro spostameno da destra verso il centro-sinistra e il PD.

Voti assegnati ai partiti nelle elezioni europee del 1994 e 2019.

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Wednesday, 12 June 2019

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