Month: May 2019

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

Posted on 21 May 2019 by Professor Roger Awan-Scully

The latest Welsh Political Barometer poll has generated plenty of interest for its findings on voting intentions for the European Parliament election. But those results were far from the only extraordinary things to come out of the latest poll. As per usual, the Barometer poll also carried questions about voting intentions for Westminster and the
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The May Welsh Political Barometer Poll: the European election numbers

Posted on 20 May 2019 by Professor Roger Awan-Scully

The Brexit Party are on course for a huge European election victory in Wales – while both Labour and the Conservatives face historic defeats. These are the headline findings that come from the latest Welsh Political Barometer poll. Our new poll once more provides the latest assessment of the political state of play in Wales.
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D’Hondt Look Back in Anger

Posted on 13 May 2019 by Professor Roger Awan-Scully

A number of people have contacted me in recent times, asking about how the electoral system for the forthcoming European Parliament election will work. Well, as they used to say on Blue Peter back in the day, here is one I prepared earlier: Specifically, this was a blog-post I wrote before the last European
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Devolution at Twenty: What Do the People of Wales Think?

Posted on 9 May 2019 by Professor Roger Awan-Scully

Last month’s Welsh Political Barometer poll included several questions about public attitudes in Wales towards devolution. Publication of these questions was held back by ITV Wales for use in programmes around this week’s twentieth anniversary of the first sitting of the National Assembly; however, the results have now all been released, and so can be
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