Fewer than half the population know who runs Welsh NHS, says poll
Fewer than half of people in Wales realise the NHS is the responsibility of the Welsh government, according to a poll commissioned by BBC Wales.
Forty eight per cent knew Welsh ministers are in charge, while 43% think it is the UK government's job.
There was a better understanding of education, with 61% correctly saying Welsh ministers were responsible and 31% the UK government.
The poll marks 15 years since the Queen opened the assembly in 1999.
Daniel Davies has been examining the poll figures.
09 Jun 2014