Month: March 2018


The New Welsh Political Barometer Poll: Voting Intentions

Posted on 19 March 2018 by Professor Roger Awan-Scully

With the troubles of Brexit continue to figure highly on the political agenda, and the troubles of the First Minister still dominating much political discussion in Cardiff Bay, what impact has this had on the public standing of the parties? First, let’s look at voting intentions for a general election. These are the figures produced
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The New Welsh Political Barometer Poll: the Latest on Brexit

Posted on 19 March 2018 by Professor Roger Awan-Scully

Today sees publication of the latest Welsh Political Barometer poll – the ongoing collaboration between ITV-Cymru Wales, YouGov and Cardiff University, which provides the only regular opinion polling in Wales. Once again, our new poll has asked a couple of questions about the defining political issue of the moment – Brexit. In discussion of the
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The BBC/ICM Poll: Constitutional Preferences

Posted on 1 March 2018 by Professor Roger Awan-Scully

One question, which has been repeated from similar BBC/ICM polls over the last few years, enquired about constitutional preferences. Respondents were presented with several options as to how Wales might be governed and asked ‘Which of these statements comes closest to your view?’ Fortunately, the BBC have retained a consistent question wording (as well as
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