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A Review of the 2016 Welsh Election

Posted on May 27, 2016 by Roger Scully

On the morning of Tuesday 24th May the Wales Governance Centre held a seminar reviewing the 2016 National Assembly for Wales election. The seminar was a game of two halves. In the first half I gave a presentation, which examined the election results in some detail and then sought to provide some initial evidence helping Read moreabout A Review of the 2016 Welsh Election


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All Welsh EU Referendum Polls So Far

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I’ve up-dated here my table of all Welsh EU Referendum polls conducted thus far, including the very latest evidence, which is drawn from┬áthe post-election wave of the 2016 Welsh Election Study; sampling for that was conducted on 6-22 May, with a sample size of 3,234.   Looking close, isn’t it? Although it is possible that Read moreabout All Welsh EU Referendum Polls So Far

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A few things you might be interested in

Posted on May 26, 2016 by Roger Scully

Just a fairly brief up-date on a few matters. First of all, the Wales Governance Centre organised a post-election seminar at the Wales Millennium Centre on Tuesday. I gave a presentation, which both looked at the election results in detail and also presented the very first results from the post-election voter survey conducted by the Read moreabout A few things you might be interested in

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All That is Solid…Sometimes Stays Solid

Posted on May 22, 2016 by Roger Scully

A few months prior to the Assembly election I published a piece which looked at the performance of YouGov polls in Wales in comparison to election results. As I observed, during the years since YouGov started polling regularly in Wales, we have had several opportunities to compare their final pre-election vote intention figures with the Read moreabout All That is Solid…Sometimes Stays Solid

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