Pages tagged "Opinion Polls"
With Welsh independence polling higher than ever it is no longer a fringe movement
The highest level of support yet recorded for Welsh independence is among the stand out findings from the latest Welsh Political Barometer poll.Read more
Support for independence up in St. David’s Day Poll – support for Senedd’s abolition flat
Support for Welsh independence has risen again in the latest yearly St. David’s Day Poll, with 11% supporting independence in a multi-option question compared to just 7% last year.Read more
Support for Welsh independence up 5% in new YouGov poll
There has been a 5% increase in support for independence since the General Election, according to a YouGov poll published tonight.Read more
Wales has woken up to independence – so the campaign of our lives starts now
Yesterday, the Welsh independence movement firmly moved from the margins and into the mainstream.Read more
A hostile Westminster is waking Wales up to independence – will Welsh Labour wake up too?
I’ve purposefully waited to write this article until now.
Until Roger Awan-Scullly’s latest poll showing Labour in second place in Assembly and Westminster voting intentions, until Boris’ ‘tour’ and creation of a ‘Minister of the Union’ (or is it ‘for’ the union…his spokespeople don’t seem to know the difference); until our First Minister had had a chance to meet with the reality of where we are.
Winning the economic argument is the key to Welsh independence
As one of the founder members of YesCymru Aberystwyth, I have had dozens if not hundreds of conversations with people about independence.
With friends, family members, work colleagues and strangers; Particularly on street stalls which we have held over the last year and a half since we set up our group campaigning for independence.
In almost every conversation I’ve had about independence the question of affordability is cited as the reason why Wales can’t become independent.Read more