With our unique methodology to balance demographics and remove bad quality responses, we polled just under 800 likely voters over a 48 hour period.

Taking the coalition view first, the final result falls closely inline with our polling prediction with a sampling error of +/- 4.9%.

Looking at the 4 largest parties Five Star, Democratic Party (PD), League (L) and Forza Italia (FI), we predicted their vote share to a value well within our margin of error.

We also asked users to select up to three issues they felt most strongly about in the run up to the election. Employment, the economy and immigration were the most important to likely voters.

When asked, 32.6% of likely voters had a positive opinion of Luigi Di Maio and 24.4% had a negative. For Matteo Salvini, 26.4% of likely voters had a positive opinion while 27.9% had a negative. In line with the result seen Sunday night, former Prime Minister Matteo Renzi was far less popular, only 13.1% of likely voters had a positive opinion while 50.0% viewed him negatively.

Methodology:
789 likely voters, interviewed from 28 February to 2 March. Rim weighted on gender, age, tertiary education, employment status, region and area classifications.