The latest YouGov poll of Wales for ITV is now up on their website here. Topline voting intentions in Wales, with changes from the last poll way back in July are:
Westminister: CON 22%(-1), LAB 51%(-3), LDEM 9%(+5), PC 10%(nc), UKIP 7%
Assembly const: CON 21%(+2), LAB 46%(-4), LDEM 10%(+3), PC 17%(nc), UKIP 5%
Assembly list: CON 14%(+3), LAB 26%(-9), LDEM 11%(+3), PC 26%(+6), UKIP 13%(+1)
European: CON 23%, LAB 44%, LDEM 7%, PC 14%, UKIP 9%
The list vote figures for Labour and Plaid are particularly striking, though all the usual cavaets about not getting too excited over a single poll and eyecatching results normally turning out to be wrong should apply.
The poll also asked how Welsh respondents would vote in a referendum on membership of the EU, findng 42% would vote in favour, 35% would vote against (and suggesting that Wales is slightly more pro-European than the country as a whole).