How should England be governed? (English views)

Field work dates: 1 June 1999 - 7 December 2020
Data from: Great Britain, England
Results from: 18 polls

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Results for: How should England be governed? (English views)
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7 December 2020
Poll by NatCen (British Social Attitudes)
1 November 2018
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1 November 2015
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23 September 2013
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16 October 2012
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30 September 2011
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30 September 2010
Poll by NatCen (British Social Attitudes)
30 September 2009
Poll by NatCen (British Social Attitudes)
30 September 2008
Poll by NatCen (British Social Attitudes)
30 September 2007
Poll by NatCen (British Social Attitudes)
30 September 2006
Poll by NatCen (British Social Attitudes)
30 September 2005
Poll by NatCen (British Social Attitudes)
30 September 2004
Poll by NatCen (British Social Attitudes)
30 September 2003
Poll by NatCen (British Social Attitudes)
30 September 2002
Poll by NatCen (British Social Attitudes)
30 September 2001
Poll by NatCen (British Social Attitudes)
30 September 2000
Poll by NatCen (British Social Attitudes)
30 September 1999
Poll by NatCen (British Social Attitudes)
England governed as it is now, with laws made by the UK parliament55%53%51%56%56%56%53%49%51%57%54%54%53%50%56%57%54%62%
Each region of England to have its own assembly that runs services like health20%18%22%15%15%12%13%15%15%14%18%20%21%26%20%23%18%15%
England as whole to have its own new parliament with law-making powers22%22%20%19%22%25%23%29%26%17%21%18%21%18%17%16%19%18%
Other answer3%4%7%10%7%7%11%7%8%12%7%8%5%6%7%4%9%5%

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With all the changes going on in the way different parts of Great Britain are run, which of the following do you think would be best for England?

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