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Increased decision-making power for the Catalan parliament May 2014

This statistic represents how many people in Catalonia believe that the Catalan parliament should be granted more decision-making powers over what affects the lives of Catalans, according to a survey carried out in May 2014. A clear majority were strongly in favor of increased powers for the parliament while less than 20 percent were strongly or somewhat in disagreement with this proposal.

Do you agree or disagree that the Catalan parliament should have more power to make decisions affecting the lives of Catalan citizens?

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Source

Release date

August 2014

Region

Spain

Survey time period

May 5 to 20, 2014

Number of respondents

1,600*

Method of interview

Computer-assisted telephone interviews (CATI)

Supplementary notes

* Barcelona = 600, Girona = 350, Lleida = 300, Tarragona = 350.

Total share does not come to 100 due to the exclusion of respondents who did not answer the question.

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