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Thursday, 21 March, 2002, 09:28 GMT
English devolution: Part one
Part one: Devolution to date

Q.1 Thinking of the strength of voice your region has in Parliament, and the amount of Government funding it receives, do you think that it is better or worse off than the following areas of the United Kingdom?
SCOTLAND:
WALES:
LONDON:
This question was aimed at establishing what people across England had learnt about devolution elsewhere since 1997 (excluding Northern Ireland) and whether they thought it had made any difference. The question was not put to people in London.

The BBC's English Regional Devolution Survey involved 2646 nationally representative telephone interviews in England, conducted between1 and 10 March 2002.

For some questions, specific responses are given for the north-east, north-west and Yorkshire and Humber areas.


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