Italians' confidence in the billionaire politician among was unchanged at 35 percent, Rome-based IPR said today. The monthly polls, which measure voting intentions, surveyed 1,000 adults each between 15 December and 19 December.
Berlusconi narrowly survived a confidence vote with a three-vote margin in the lower house of parliament.
The 74-year-old premier - who earlier this year split with a key ally who formed his own party - is on trial for graft and tax fraud and his critics say he is too mired in personal scandal and corruption allegations to remain in office.
His government - currently half way through a five-year elected term - has also been criticised for its handling of Italy's stumbling economy.