Plaid Cymru continue to climb in opinion polls

An opinion poll published today has shown Plaid Cymru increasing their support yet again.

A new YouGov poll has shown that Plaid Cymru have continued to close the gap with Labour in terms of support, and that becoming the next Welsh Government is now within reach for the party.

In a Westminster election, the poll forecasts Plaid Cymru to win 5 seats, a record high for the party.

Responding to today’s YouGov polling results, a Plaid Cymru spokesperson said:

“This is yet another opinion poll that has produced a promising set of results for Plaid Cymru. This projection would be our strongest result since 2003 in the Senedd and our best ever result in Westminster.

“We believe we are on track to form a government with Adam Price as First Minister. We have the momentum and are determined to keep on talking to people in every community in Wales and bring them with us on this exciting journey towards a New Wales.

“It is clear that people across Wales are eager for change. They are tired of being let down by the failures and incompetence of both Labour and the Tories. But through Plaid Cymru, people in every corner of Wales are finding hope for a better future for our nation.

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Westminster Results:

Labour: 33% (-2)
Conservative: 26% (-3)
Plaid Cymru: 15% (+1)
Change UK: 9% (+9)

Liberal Democrats: 7% (+1)
Brexit Party: 4% (+4)

UKIP: 3% (-3)
Others: 3% (-5)

Labour: 23 seats
Conservatives: 12 seats
Plaid Cymru: 5 seats

Assembly Results:


Labour: 31% (-1)
Plaid Cymru: 24% (+1)
Conservatives: 23% (-3)

UKIP: 7% (no change)
Liberal Democrats: 6% (-2)

Change UK 4% (+4)

Others: 6% (+1)


Labour: 28% (-1)
Plaid Cymru: 22% (-1)
Conservatives: 20% (-4)

Brexit Party: 6% (+6)

Liberal Democrats: 5% (-1)
UKIP: 5% (-1)

Change UK: 5% (+5)
Greens: 3% (-1)
Abolish the Assembly: 3% (-1)
Others: 2% (-2)


Labour: 23 seats (21 constituency, 2 regional)
Plaid Cymru: 16 seats (10 constituency, 6 regional)

Conservatives: 15 seats (8 constituency, 7 regional)
Brexit Party: 4 seats (4 regional)
Liberal Democrats: 1 seat (1 constituency)
UKIP: 1 seats (1 regional)

YouGov interviewed a nationally representative sample of 1,025 adults in Wales online between 2-5 April 2019.

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