Rome, May 17 - Enrico Letta's new right-left reform government sank 5% to a new low of 34% in the latest weekly survey by SWG out Friday. On May 3, three days after it was sworn in to end a two-month post-election stalemate, its rating stood at 43%. Amid burgeoning policy squabbles, it is now close to the low point of the previous austerity government of Mario Monti, pollster SWG said. Letta has vowed far-reaching political and economic reforms to restore voter trust.
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