ROME (Reuters) - Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi's government has seen a marked drop in its approval rating as economic difficulties have grown but he remains by far the country's most popular leader, a poll on Sunday showed.
According to the survey by polling institute Demos for the left-leaning La Repubblica daily, if an election were held immediately, Renzi's center-left Democratic Party would win 36.3 percent of the vote in the lower house.
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