Month: June 2015

New Welsh Political Barometer Poll: Party Leader Ratings

Posted on 30 June 2015 by Professor Roger Scully

The new Welsh Political Barometer poll provides us with some very interesting information questions about party leaders in Wales – and also some about prospective leaders. As in several previous Barometer polls we asked people to rate a set of politicians on a 0-10 scale, where 0 means ‘strongly dislike’ and 10 means ‘strongly like’;
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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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First Results From the New Welsh Political Barometer Poll: the NHS

Posted on 29 June 2015 by Professor Roger Scully

The first results to be published from the new Welsh Political Barometer poll concern attitudes towards the NHS in Wales. YouGov asked respondents to the Barometer poll two interesting questions about the health service, a topic that will surely be one of the most important issues – indeed, possibly the most important – in next
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