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Wales 'satisfied' with NHS and schools, says survey

The majority of people in Wales are happy with NHS care and schools, according to a national survey.

Of those asked, 92% said they were satisfied with their GP service and children's primary school, despite warnings about education failings in Wales.

Only 57% said their local authority provided high quality services.

The National Survey asked 14,500 people from across Wales their views on wellbeing and public services.

Matt Murray reports.

  • 29 May 2014
  • From the section Wales