The election campaign so far has seen the two nationalist parties, Plaid Cymru and the SNP enjoy much more publicity than in previous elections.
But will that translate to votes on May 7th? In Scotland, the answer looks like 'yes', with pollls suggesting the SNP could end up with more than 50 seats.
For Plaid, though, the picture isn't so positive.
Plaid's Leanne Wood started tonight's BBC leader's debate with her opening statement, saying people are now seeing through the 'austerity myth'.
So far Nigel Farage has seen the biggest spike in Twitter chatter as the debate began, with more than 238 tweets per minute.
Leanne Wood was at 37 tweets per minute.
Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood, Green Party leader Natalie Bennett and SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon have all arrived for tonight's "challengers' debate".
Miriam González Durántez - the wife of Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg - campaigned for the party in Cardiff today.
She says she is visiting selected constituencies to support the party's campaign and encourage more women into politics.
"Very often the discussion has come up as to what we can do to get more women in politics" she said.
"I'm a practical person... I felt that I would take some days off to come and campaign for some of the female candidates" she added.
Adrian Masters and his guests on Sharp End 15.4.2015
The Welsh Labour Party has pledged £375m extra annual funding for Wales at the launch of its general election manifesto in Llandudno.
The party says it will reward hard work and rebalance the economy.
The manifesto also includes plans to raise the minimum wage to £8 an hour and scrap zero-hour contracts.
This manifesto is a fair plan for Wales - a plan to rebalance our economy so that it works for ordinary people, not just a privileged few at the top. A plan to rebalance power so that more decisions affecting Wales can be made here, near the people and communities they affect.
With two Labour governments working together, we can put behind us the negativity of the past five years and forge a new, positive union for our people.
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Welsh Secretary Stephen Crabb has welcomed the latest Welsh Barometer poll results as 'encouraging' for the Conservatives.
This poll is encouraging and shows that our support hasn't dropped since 2010. We are getting good feedback on the doorstep and will continue to fight in every corner of Wales.
We are taking nothing for granted and need to continue to make sure that voters know the only party who can secure a strong and growing economy for Wales is the Welsh Conservatives."
Plaid Cymru has welcomed the findings of our latest Welsh barometer poll, even though the party only saw a small increase despite a high profile in the UK media for leader Leanne Wood. Plaid's election co-ordinator, Lord Wigley said:
This poll shows that support for Plaid Cymru is on the rise. More and more people are warming to Leanne Wood and Plaid Cymru’s positive messages as they hear what we have to say about ending austerity and Tory rule. As well as the seats we already hold, we are seeing our support increase in places like Ynys Mon, Llanelli and Ceredigion. We remain focussed on delivering our best ever result at Westminster and the best possible deal for Wales.