There have been two polls today which are worth mentioning belatedly. The first is YouGov's voting intention poll for Wales, which Anthony Wells has analysed here
. It's not often you see a Welsh voting poll - which is a shame - and the results of this one are striking. Labour are on 34 percent; the Tories are on 31 percent; Plaid Cymru on 15 percent; Lib Dems on 12 percent. Overall, that's much better news for the Tories than it is for Labour: the last time the Tories scored 31 percent in Wales was in the 1983 election
The second is the ComRes poll which appeared in today's Independent; not so much for the headline figures (which see the Tories enjoy a 13 point lead), but for the finding that 67 percent of respondents agreed with David Cameron's statement that "the Government has grown too big and needs a major overhaul to make it smaller". That suggests the line will go down well during the election campaign, while Labour will struggle to counter it.