BBC Wales poll: Opinion hardens against NHS changes

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Public opinion appears to be hardening against changing the way hospital services are delivered, a poll for BBC Cymru Wales suggests.

Three quarters of people responding wanted district general hospitals to keep the current range of services.

Fewer than a quarter of those polled said patients should leave their local area for care, even on quality grounds.

BBC Wales political editor Betsan Powys, interviewed by Bethan Rhys Roberts on Good Morning Wales, said the NHS changes were the major issue.

Poll: Public oppose NHS changess

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