The BBC have published the poll conducted ICM in which I took part and where the canvasser included a party caled Plard Cumroo in the list of options.
Fewer than one in five Welsh voters say they would like to see an independent Scotland, according to the poll
The number of voters who want to see the Welsh assembly abolished has risen 10% in the past four years.
But more than a third said they would like to see it gain more powers.
|So the largest group would like to see the Welsh Assembly have more powers But 23% said they wanted to see it abolished, a figure 10% higher than that recorded in 2010. Which may in part reflect disappointment with the performance of the Welsh Assembly even among Labour Supporters (Thanks to Jac for the below table)
There was some better news for Labour and Plaid Supporters in the intentions of voting in the next UK elections.
LAB 42 +6
Plaid Cymru 14 + 3
Lib Dems 9 -11
Ukip 7 +5
For some reason there was no question on Elections to the Welsh Assembly since it was BBC Wales/Cymru who conducted the poll.
So did the use of canvassers one of whom couldn't pronounce the name of one of the parties have a positive or negative effect on those claiming they will vote Plaid.
I don't know but maybe both BBC Cymru/Wales and ICM will try to see it doesn't happen again.
|Wales should become independent, separate from the UK||5%|
|The Welsh assembly should have more powers than it currently has||37%|
|The powers it currently has are sufficient and should remain as it is now||28%|
|The Welsh assembly should have fewer powers than it currently has||3%|
|Wales should remain part of the UK and the assembly should be abolished||23%|