Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood has said she's pleased with her party's performance in the General Election, claiming Plaid has now laid promising foundations ahead of next year's Welsh Assembly elections.
Plaid held on to their three seats and came close to taking Ynys Môn from Labour - but missed out by 229 votes.
Critics, however, will argue Plaid should've performed better, given their leader's high profile exposure on TV leader's debates.
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Plaid Cymru have held Carmarthen East and Dinefwr, securing a 38.4% share of the vote.
Jonathan Edwards saw off the challenge of Labour candidate Calum Higgins, with a 5,599 majority.
Plaid Cymru have held Arfon, securing a 43.9% of the vote.
Hywel Williams saw off competition from Labour candidate Alun Pugh, with a 3,668 majority.
Plaid Cymru and Labour both thought Arfon was going to be close. But Hywel Williams vote shot up from 36% to 44% and Alun Pugh got 30%, the same as the previous Labour candidate in 2010.
Although Mark Williams saw his support drop to just over a third of the vote in Ceredigion, after getting half in 2010. But his main opponent -Plaid's Mike Parker- failed to improve on his party's performance last time. On a dreadful night for the Liberal Democrats, Mark Williams' achievement is all the greater in a seat that Plaid Cymru lost to him ten years ago. It's also worth noting that Labour Conservatives and UKIP all got around 10% in a seat where the Greens also saved their deposit.