Le elezioni del 2008 nel comune di Roma

Author/s Giovanni Di Franco
Publishing Year 2009 Issue 2008/86 Language Italian
Pages 30 P. 61-90 File size 283 KB
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The 2008 elections in the city of Rome - The article proposes two theses for interpreting the recent local elections in * A cura di Melina Rosenberg. Rome, which with their conflicting results Zingaretti winning at the Province and Rutelli losing as mayor aroused much surprise and heated controversy in discussions and analyses. The first theory suggests that the choice of the election day prevented centre-left wing candidates from winning at the first ballot because the political elections were held on the same day, and influenced the percentage of voters at the local elections. The second hypothesis refers to the results of the second ballot: from our empirical analysis, Alemanno’s victory, and more in general the positive outcome for the centre-right wing candidates at the second ballot, was mainly if not exclusively due to the increase of abstentions between the first and second ballot.

Giovanni Di Franco, Le elezioni del 2008 nel comune di Roma in "SOCIOLOGIA E RICERCA SOCIALE " 86/2008, pp 61-90, DOI: