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  1. The National level, that is, the central government of unitary states or the federal government in federal systems. The Regional level, that is, the states in a federal system or the regions or provinces of a unitary state, depending on the extent of devolution governing their relationships with the national level under the constitution

  2. People also differ on how they feel local and federal governments benefit them (depending on financial state, gender, race, and/or religion). On the other hand, it is this diversity that keeps federalism alive and prevents the United States from falling into a unitary system.