Views on governance are, however, most conspicuously driven by policy preferences and involvement in policy networks. The three sets of policy preferences included in the analysis are all significant drivers of integrative regionalism. State-centred regionalism is inversely related to the same policy preferences. Respondents who support the three policy types tend to reject statecentred regionalism. The same pattern is found with regard to policy network involvement. And it is network involvement as such that matters. Experiences from collaboration with Nordic and European regions, EU institutions as well as with regions in the home country produce support for integrative regionalism and a rejection of state-centred regionalism.