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Centre left lead in first Italian exit polls

Bersani set to capture 34.5% of vote for House, says Sky Italia

Centre left lead in first Italian exit polls

Rome, February 25 - Pier Luigi Bersani's centre left had a significant lead in two early exit polls in both houses of parliament after the voting stations closed Italy's general election on Monday. The centre left was set to capture 34.5% of the vote for the House in a Tecne' poll for Sky Italia, compared to 29% for Silvio Berlusconi's centre right and 19% for comedian Beppe Grillo's anti-establishment Five Star Movement (M5S). Outgoing Premier Mario Monti's reform ticket, which is backed by centrist parties, had 9.5% in the same poll. Tecne' said the centre left had 37% in the Senate, with the centre right taking 31%, M5S taking 16.5% and Monti winning 9%.

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