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Beyond Devolution and DecentralisationBuilding Regional Capacity in Wales and Brittany$
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Alistair Cole

Print publication date: 2006

Print ISBN-13: 9780719070921

Published to Manchester Scholarship Online: July 2012

DOI: 10.7228/manchester/9780719070921.001.0001

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Political institutions, public and elite opinions in Wales and Brittany

Political institutions, public and elite opinions in Wales and Brittany

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(p.112) 6 Political institutions, public and elite opinions in Wales and Brittany
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Beyond Devolution and Decentralisation
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Alistair Cole

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Manchester University Press
DOI:10.7228/manchester/9780719070921.003.0006

This chapter presents findings from opinion surveys commissioned in Wales and Brittany in June 2001 in order to engage in deductive quantitative analysis. Defining support for regional political institutions as the dependent variable, the surveys set out to elucidate general comparative political-science questions about institutional traditions, identity foci, instrumental incentives, and political opportunity structures. These surveys were also, more specifically, designed to discover what people living in Wales and Brittany think of their regions, how they envisage their future institutional development, how they conceive of their regional and national identities, or how they frame issues of public policy.

Keywords:   opinion surveys, public opinion, Wales, Brittany, political science, institutional traditions, political institutions, regional identity, national identity

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