Almost half of Italians say enough to curfew. In fact, 47% of citizens are in favor of the abolition of the ‘forced return’, and among these the percentage of young people stands out: almost 70% of under 35s take sides for the cancellation of the restrictive measure to fight the contagion from covid. The adult population is more prudent: among those in favor of removing limits on returning home at night, only 30% are over 55 years old. This is what emerges from an Emg-Different survey for Adnkronos. When asked ‘are you in favor of completely abolishing the curfew?’, 47% of the sample answered yes, 39% opposed (while 14% preferred not to answer). Among those in favor, 49% are women, 44% men. The response according to the age group is very diversified: among those who want the abolition of the curfew, 68% are under 35; 48% are between 35 and 54 years old; 30% are over 55. As regards the geographical areas, a greater ‘propensity’ to cancel the curfew is recorded in the North, with 52% in the Northeast and 51% in the Northwest. In the Center and in the Islands the figure stops at 47%, while in the South at 46%. The survey, representative of the Italian population of age by sex, age, region, class of demographic amplitude of the municipalities, was carried out on May 17, 2021 with the telematic survey method on panel, on a sample of 1,455 cases (universe: Italian adult population) and has a positive / negative confidence interval of 2.3%. Total contacts: 2,000, response rate 73%; waste / replacements 545 (waste rate 27%).