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Brexit, Trump, could Italy be next?

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> Many connect a no vote with the same anti-establishment sentiment that tipped Brexit and a Trump victory. These protesters are hoping Renzi will be the next domino to fall.>> So I think up to a quarter of the electorate were undecided so a surprise is possible.
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Just at a time when the banks are suffering this terrible crisis tired to this huge pile, 360 billion euros of bad loans.>> Renzi rallying this month as opposition parties pick up momentum. His hopes of winning are dwindling fast with polls showing the no camp ahead by 11%.
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His biggest opponent, the Five Star Movement.>>
00:01:09
Also don't forget that before the Brexit vote and also for the US elections in the US. The polls said one thing and the election result went the other, so I think there is still a lot to play for.>> When Renzi took office, he promised reforms that would improve life in Italy.
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The reforms came, but unemployment is still stuck above 11%, wages are still stagnant. And the Italian economy is still one of the worst performers in the Eurozone and the EU. Renzi now hoping that angry and deflated Italians are prepared to give him another chance.