There's mixed news for the politicians in the latest Wales Barometer poll which has been published today. You'll find all the details if you click here but amongst the headlines are the news that Labour retains a substantial electoral lead in European, UK and Welsh elections but there's widespread disappointment with the Labour Welsh Government's performance in the key areas of health, education and the economy.
UKIP continues to pick up electoral support and is on course to overtake the Conservatives to win second place in Wales in this year's European election.
We'll be discussing the findings as well as doing some predicting of our own and analysing the claim of Welsh ministers that the UK Government's welfare reforms are harming the economy here.
The split within the Welsh Conservatives over income tax devolution has been well documented and it led to the sacking of four Shadow Cabinet members last week. But where does the party go from here? I've been talking to one senior Welsh Conservative who remains in the Shadow Cabinet, Angela Burns, to try to find out.
My studio guests are two MPs and an AM. They are the Liberal Democrat MP, Jenny Willot, who is also Consumer Affairs Minister; Plaid Cymru MP Jonathan Edwards and the Labour AM Ken Skates who's also Deputy Minister for Skills and Technology.