"Sometimes I think it’s best just to let the numbers speak for themselves…" but there are some interesting facts
For Labour its highest share of the vote was in Blaenau Gwent: 58.0% wich it only regained from Rebels i.n 2010 Its lowest share was in the LibDem - Conservative Battleground of Montgomeryshire: 5.6%Its biggest positive was in Cardiff Central: +11.2% thier only gain in Wales. and the lowest Cynon Valley: -4.8% where there was probably some resentment over Ann Clwyd reversing her decision to stand down.
Labour Lost 0 deposits
For the Conservatives its highest share of the votes was in Monmouth: 49.9% which has long en their Welsh Stronghold . Their lowest share was the Rhondda: 6.7% and the biggest swing was in Wrexham: +6.2% and the lowest Cardiff Central: -6.9%
The Conservatives lost 0 deposits
For Ukip the highest vote was in Islwyn: 19.6% followed closely by Caerphilly: 19.3% which must be worrying for Plaid who know these are seats they need to capture in the Assembly if they are ever to form a Welsh Government. The lowest Ukip vote was in Cardiff Central: 6.5% followed by Cardiff North 7.7% which suggest that like many parties they can be squeezed in marginal battles . Its highest swing was in Caerphilly: +17.0% and its lowest Cardiff Central: +4.4%. So although Ukip caused a stir they nowhere can as yet look like gaining a Welsh seat under First Past the Post.
Though witth 0 lost deposits it can't be denied they vote was spread through out Wales
For Plaid its highest share was in Arfon: 43.9% and its lowest Newport East: 3.5% its highest swing was in the Rhondda: +8.9% which may give Leanne Wood some encouragement when she contest that seat in the Assembly Elections next year its lowest swing was surprisingly Llanelli: -7.0% a seat that they had campaigned hard in
Plaid lost 7 deposits mainly in the Border regions
For the LibDems (and if you are one llook away now ) the figures are truly teeing its highest vote was predictably Ceredigion: 35.9% and its lowest was the Rhondda: 1.5% it the only party that saw no gain in votes so Ynys Môn: -5.4% is counted even though its negative. i is lowest swing was in Merthyr Tydfil & Rhymney: with a staggering-26.9%