Month: February 2016






Voting Intentions for Westminster and the EU Referendum

Posted on 15 February 2016 by Professor Roger Scully

In addition to asking about National Assembly voting intention, and about the party leaders, our new Welsh Political Barometer poll also continued to ask about voting intentions both for Westminster and for the EU membership referendum. First, Westminster. After a rather difficult couple of months for the Labour party, has this had any impact on
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Voting Intention Figures From the New Welsh Political Barometer Poll

Posted on 15 February 2016 by Professor Roger Scully

Labour remains well in the lead for May’s National Assembly election, while the continued rise of UKIP threatens a three-way fight for second place. Those are key findings from this week’s new Welsh Political Barometer poll, which provides the first measure of public support for the political parties in 2016. As we approach the start
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