Month: July 2014

While I Was Away…

Posted on 29 July 2014 by Professor Roger Scully

  As you may have noticed, I have been away from Elections in Wales duty for a bit. While I was off re-charging my psephological batteries, Lord Ashcroft released another set of polls in key Labour-Conservative marginal seats. (The full results of all the polling are here.) As with his previous round of such polling
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Who do we Trust?

Posted on 28 July 2014 by Professor Roger Scully

  Some time ago, I began a short series of Blog posts (see here and here) under the general theme of ‘hitherto neglected aspects of public attitudes to devolution’. These drew on detailed survey evidence gathered by the Wales Governance Centre here at Cardiff University, particularly the 2011 Welsh Referendum Study and 2011 Welsh Election
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Greatest Hits, etc

Posted on 16 July 2014 by Professor Roger Scully

  It will soon be exactly one year since Elections in Wales was launched on an unsuspecting and defenceless world. Since then I have been pleasantly surprised, even amazed, at the level of interest that the blog has attracted. We’ve set monthly records for readership and page views in eight of the last eleven months,
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