BBC Wales – St. David’s Day Poll 2019 (3)

Posted by Gregor Jackson on the 7th March, 2019

ICM Unlimited were commissioned by BBC Wales to carry out the annual St. David’s Day Poll among the general public in Wales.

This poll has been covered on the BBC News website here:

Below is a summary of the key findings of the question on how adults in Wales see themselves with regards to nationality.

Key findings

  • Just under half of those born in Wales say that they see themselves as either entirely Welsh or more Welsh than British. One in five say that they see themselves as ‘Welsh not British’ (21%), while just under three in ten describe themselves as ‘More Welsh than British’ (27%). Only one in twenty of those born in Wales say that they feel ‘More British than Welsh’ (5%) and 2% say that they feel ‘British not Welsh’ (2%)

Further details of the, as well as some of the earlier findings can be found here: and here:

The data tables for the question on attitudes towards same sex relationships can be downloaded here: QNEW10 – Tables

ICM Unlimited interviewed a representative sample of 1,000 adults aged 18+ by telephone between 7-23 February 2019. Interviews were conducted across Wales and the results have been weighted to the profile of all adults in Wales. ICM is a member of the British Polling Council and abides by its rules.

Please click the button below to download the report, we do have an archive of previous polls here.
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