Month: June 2015


Voting Intention Figures from the new Welsh Political Barometer poll

Posted on 29 June 2015 by Professor Roger Scully

Below is the brief analysis I wrote up for ITV-Wales on the voting intention figures from our new Welsh Political Barometer poll.   Support for the main parties in Wales has changed little since May’s general election. Meanwhile, Wales is currently on course to have a National Assembly with a significant UKIP presence. These appear
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Post-Election Review

Posted on 16 June 2015 by Professor Roger Scully

Yesterday, the Wales Governance Centre here at Cardiff University held a post-election review seminar. In addition to a free breakfast, those attending had the rather more dubious delight of listening to a presentation by me about the election results and what we can make of them. The event was filmed, and I’ll post a link
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Free Breakfast!

Posted on 10 June 2015 by Professor Roger Scully

Next Monday morning, in the Pierhead Buiding in Cardiff Bay, the Wales Governance Centre will be holding one of our occasional Breakfast Seminars. This one will be a review of the 2015 General Election in Wales. Further details on the event, including how to register, are available here. The bad news is that, if you
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