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Roger Awan-Scully is Head of Politics and International Relations at Cardiff University.
A new Welsh Political Barometer poll found the worst set of polling results ever experienced by the Labour party in Wales.
If our new poll is great news for the Brexit Party, it is the very opposite for both Labour and, to an even greater extent, the Conservatives.
Almost nobody knows who First Minister Mark Drakeford is – and those who do don’t like him.
The newly-elected Welsh Labour leader has the chance to put Corbynism into practice – and he can expect to be watched closely if he does.
Drakeford scores poorly with those people who can offer a view on the leadership candidates.
The Plaid Cymru race saw a clear win for an Assembly Member known as an ideas machine.
One party’s leader has resigned, another’s is standing down, one party is leaderless, and the last expects a leadership challenge.
The evidence is patchy at best.
Potential successors for the role of First Minister remain largely unknown to the public.
The Welsh leader sacked a minister accused of unspecified accusations. Days later, he was found dead.