How Wales should be governed

Attitudes in Wales towards options for governing Wales including more devolution and independence

While debates on constitutional change in Wales have perhaps received less attention than those in Scotland in recent years, the issue of how Wales should be governed is far from settled. While some may be content with the current system of devolved government, the UK government is committed to giving the National Assembly further powers, while there continues to be a lively debate about how the Welsh Government should be funded. Meanwhile, some seek full independence.

This section contains questions that ask people in Wales how they feel Wales should be governed, and what they think the consequences of constitutional change would be.

If there was a referendum tomorrow on giving the National Assembly powers to vary income tax, how would you vote? (Welsh views)

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