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More from the Barometer Poll – Brexit

Posted on January 16, 2017 by Roger Scully

Brexit has dominated UK politics since the referendum result last June, and there is no sign yet of that changing. Our Welsh Political Barometer polls will therefore be devoting increased attention to the issue for the foreseeable future. For our latest poll, we repeated a series of questions that were added by Cardiff University to
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Could Things Be Even Worse For Labour?

Posted on January 12, 2017 by Roger Scully

The answer is that things could nearly always be worse. In this specific instance, what prompts the question is something that Matt Singh, of Number Cruncher Politics, noticed in the cross-breaks for our latest Welsh Political Barometer poll. Put simply, the point is that, at least for Westminster voting intention, Labour is doing particularly well
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The Party Leaders in Wales: the Latest Evidence

Posted on January 10, 2017 by Roger Scully

Our latest Welsh Political Barometer poll once again includes our normal question about the party leaders; here we ask respondents to rate all the leaders on a 0-10 scale, where 0 means ‘strongly dislike’ and 10 means ‘strongly like’ (with respondents also able to choose Don’t Know if they wish). For our latest poll, we
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The January Welsh Political Barometer Poll

Posted on January 9, 2017 by Roger Scully

Labour have fallen to their lowest levels of support in Wales, for both Westminster and the National Assembly, since before the 2010 general election. This is the stand-out finding to emerge from the latest Welsh Political Barometer poll, the first opinion poll to be conducted in Wales this year. As always, our new poll asked
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