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Most Italians have no idea what they're voting on in one of Italy's most important votes in history

Italians faces one of the most important votes in Italy's history but a new report by HSBC shows that most people have no idea what they are voting on. Italians will vote either "yes" or "no" in a referendum on December 4 on constitutional reforms. However, according to this chart nestled within a report by Fabio Balboni, European economist at HSBC, it shows that most people either do not know what they are voting on or that they are voting on the resignation of prime minister Matteo Renzi's government: A lot of those who are voting on the basis of constitutional reform aren't clear on what the reform is actually about: A "yes" vote will mean support for the government's reforms of Italy's upper house.
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