Elections in Wales

Professor Roger Awan-Scully is one of the leading political scientists and psephologists in the UK and Head of Politics at Cardiff University’s School of Law and Politics. His blog, Elections in Wales, features his analysis of political parties and elections in Wales as well as analysis of polling data and public attitudes such as those derived from the Welsh Political Barometer.

You can find the latest blog posts from Roger below:

The June Welsh Political Barometer Poll

Catching up…

Looking forward to May 2021

The April Welsh Political Barometer Poll

BBC Wales ICM Poll

The First Welsh Political Barometer Poll of 2020

The BBC/ICM St David’s Day Poll

The First Welsh Political Barometer Poll of 2020

The Electoral Record of Jeremy Corbyn’s Leadership: A Very Brief Summary

How Did the Welsh Political Barometer Perform in 2019?

One Last Welsh Poll…

The Final Welsh Political Barometer Poll of the 2019 General Election

Voting Intentions for the Welsh Assembly

The November Welsh Political Barometer Poll

The First Welsh Poll of the General Election

The General Election Battlefield in Wales

Current Ratings of the Party Leaders in Wales

The October Welsh Political Barometer Poll

Some thoughts on Welsh Independence polling

Why Understanding the Electoral Battleground is so Hard

The May Welsh Political Barometer Poll: Westminster and the National Assembly

The May Welsh Political Barometer Poll: the European election numbers

Devolution at Twenty: What Do the People of Wales Think?

Immigration and Racial Prejudice in Wales

Local Elections in Wales since 2017

Europe, Europe, Europe

The April Welsh Political Barometer poll

About Last Night…

Newport West: One Day to Go

The new BBC/ICM Poll

More from the February Welsh Political Barometer poll

The February Welsh Political Barometer Poll: Voting Intentions

A Quiet and Uneventful Period in Politics…

Elections in Wales in 2018: a summary

The Sky Data Welsh Poll: Party Leader Ratings

The After Party, Episode 2: In Conversation with Carwyn Jones

Does Wales Want to Abolish the Assembly?

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