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The ICPR surveys of voters in the 2003 elections in Scotland and Wales found that less than half of all respondents felt that they understood AMS, with about the same proportion saying that they did not understand it (with 'not sure's making up the difference). Recent elections saw a marked improvement in understanding of the new systems. In Wales, compared with 2003, the 2007 election saw a notable improvement in voter knowledge, where 53 percent felt they knew a great deal or a fair amount about the voting system, compared with 40 percent previously. In Wales a substantial minority of 37 percent felt they knew 'not very much' and 10 percent nothing at all in 2007, compared with 58 percent saying they knew 'not very much' or 'nothing at all' in 2003.

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