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Fewer than half the population know who runs Welsh NHS, says poll

9 June 2014 Last updated at 14:43 BST

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.

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