Andrew RT Davies said he always had done so, adding that 'any party ... if they're on the ballot paper has the potential to take the vote from you. I take every candidate seriously.' Two successive ITV Wales polls have suggested UKIP could make gains from the Welsh Conservatives in Assembly votes.
And he predicts Mr Cameron's pledge of a referendum will turn out to be a false promise.
Whatever he says, I know, either cannot or will not be delivered as the Prime Minister has already set up so many conditionality clauses that he knows he cannot be held to it. He will yet again be held to account for what the public are likely to perceive as yet another broken promise.
Home Secretary should resign over low turnout - UKIP MEP
The UKIP MEP for Wales has called for Home Secretary to resign over the predicted low turnout for the Police and Crime Commissioner Elections. John Bufton has written to Theresa May accusing her of ignoring advice from the Electoral Commission which could have increased turnout and voter engagement.
It is quite clear to me that on the grounds that the Home Office wilfully ignored repeated advice from the Electoral Commission who are established to ensure democratic and fair voting in the UK that Theresa May could stand accused of gerrymandering.
– John Bufton MEP, UKIP
Here's an extract from his letter:
With reference to the dismally low turn out for the elections for Police and Crime Commissioners in England and Wales, I have grave concerns about the legitimacy of the results and the democratic validity of your post and call upon you to resign your portfolio with immediate effect.
I believe you and your department at best may be charged with utterly and hopelessly failing the general public over these elections, and at worst may stand accused of gerrymandering.
I fear the Home Office anticipated, if not engineered, the appallingly low turn out and wilfully permitted the elections to continue in full knowledge that the majority of the general public were not engaged with.
These elections represented a departure from normal voting procedures, with the Home Office for the first time assuming responsibility over the management of the elections and raising public awareness.
Welsh Labour says the results of today's poll are an endorsement both of Carwyn Jones' leadership in Wales and of Ed Miliband in Westminster.
However, the real story here is the complete collapse of the Tory vote in Wales - polling behind even Plaid, and on level pegging with UKIP, suggesting the people of Wales have completely lost faith with the cuts and incompetence of David Cameron's government.
Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood insists she's not disappointed with the results of the latest ITV Wales/YouGov poll. The poll puts her party back in second place but shows a drop in support at a Westminster and constituency level. Leanne Wood told our Political Editor Adrian Masters:
I'm pleased that we're in second place: that's where I wanted us to be and that's where we are and we've managed to achieve that in quite a short period of time.
You can see the full interview with Leanne Wood in tonight's Sharp End at 1035pm ITV 1 Wales.