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Seeking Evidence for a Welsh Progressive Consensus: Party Positioning in the 2016 National Assembly for Wales Election / Matthew Wall; Sophie Williams

Parliamentary Affairs

Swansea University Author: Wall, Matthew

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DOI (Published version): 10.1093/pa/gsx045

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This paper uses an innovative methodology to examine the policy positions of parties represented in the 2016 National Assembly for Wales. It assesses the extent to which various issues are characterized by consensus or disagreement and looks at patterns of policy similarity and differences across pa...

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Published in: Parliamentary Affairs
ISSN: 0031-2290 1460-2482
Published: 2017
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