Exit polls indicate that the center-right will likely win the election.

Exit polls indicate that the center-right coalition is going to win Italy's general election on Sunday.

These surveys give the alliance a significant advantage over its other potential candidates. 

According to an exit poll conducted by Consorzio Opinio Italia for Rai,

the center-right is projected to receive 41–45% of the vote, with Giorgia Meloni's right-

wing Brothers of Italy (FdI) party expected to receive the most votes with 22-26%. 

Meloni has a good chance of becoming Italy's first female prime minister if the predictions turn out to be accurate.

According to the results of the exit poll, the alliance of the centre left received 25.5-29.5% of the vote,

while the 5-Star Movement (M5S) received 13.5%-17.5%.

Azione-Italia Viva's Third Pole was located at 6.8–8.5% of the vote. According to an exit poll conducted by Tecné for Mediaset,

the centre right received 41.5% to 45.5% of the vote,

the centre left received 25–29%, the M5S received 14–18%, and the Third Pole received 5-9%.

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