Plaid Cymru are well set up for the coming General Election according to figures released by the electoral commission.
The party apparently received £1m in donations in 2008 – more than half of that came from wills.
By comparison, the Liberal Democrats received just £5.4m throughout the whole of the UK – with Labour and the Conservatives taking in more than £30m each.
The credit crunch not hitting too hard then...
The BBC are reporting that Plaid haven't spent all of their £1m yet – they still have £300,000 in the war chest to spend in competitive seats...
(Ceredigion and Ynys Mon look out!)
Panelbase/Sunday Times – CON 41%, LAB 46%, LDEM 6%
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