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Month: November 2015

What a Difference a Day Makes…

Posted on 30 November 2015 by Professor Roger Awan-Scully

A few things for you this week, blog readers. First of all, an interesting little curiosity that I came across while working through some British Election Study data from their […]

What a Difference a Day Makes…

Posted on 30 November 2015 by Professor Roger Awan-Scully

A few things for you this week, blog readers. First of all, an interesting little curiosity that I came across while working through some British Election Study data from their […]

Emotions Towards the Parties in Wales

Posted on 25 November 2015 by Professor Roger Awan-Scully

Following on from my previous recent blog post about the potential support levels of the parties in Wales, as measured by the Propensity to Vote (P2V) question in the British […]

What Goes Around… British Politics and the Welsh Assembly Election

Posted on 22 November 2015 by Professor Roger Awan-Scully

As I have had occasion to discuss previously on the blog, the 2011 devolved elections produced a rather extraordinary set of results. In Scotland, the SNP scored their best ever result […]

The Parties in Wales: Evidence on their Potential Support

Posted on 16 November 2015 by Professor Roger Awan-Scully

As readers of this blog will likely be aware, the most common method of looking at levels of support for different political parties in opinion polls and other surveys is […]

The Parties in Wales: Evidence on their Potential Support

Posted on 16 November 2015 by Professor Roger Awan-Scully

As readers of this blog will likely be aware, the most common method of looking at levels of support for different political parties in opinion polls and other surveys is […]

The Electorally Disunited Kingdom

Posted on 9 November 2015 by Professor Roger Awan-Scully

I believe it was my friend Phil Cowley who was the first person to point out that the 2015 general election had produced a unique outcome: it was the first […]

What Wales Thinks

Posted on 2 November 2015 by Professor Roger Awan-Scully

I'm sure that many readers of the blog, and particularly those who have been following matters in Scotland with interest over recent times, will be familiar with the website What […]