If that is true, then we should see more counter when more angulation is required.
It seems to me that more angulation is required when there is insufficient centrifugal force such that inclination will hold the body above the snow.
(Clearly inclination is a stronger skeletal arrangement than inclination plus angulation.)
Aren't the G-forces generated in short turns less than the G-forces generated in GS turns?
If so, we should see more counter in short turns than in GS turns.