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Young voters in Wales 'don't know' about devolution

Young voters still "don't know" about devolution a decade and a half after the Welsh assembly was created, according to new research by a campaign group.

UK's Changing Union: Ein Dyfodol found a significant proportion of the young voters in Wales still choose that option when asked what their constitutional preference for Wales is.

BBC Radio Wales presenter Oliver Hides spoke to Matthew Francis, the group's chair, about what their research had turned up after the Good Morning Wales programme gauged the opinions of some young voters.

  • 09 Aug 2013