Welsh assembly election 2011: Quick policy quiz

Party policy poker

The parties have laid their policies on the table before the assembly election on 5 May but who holds the aces and who's bluffing? Try your hand at party policy poker.

Poker set

1.) Multiple Choice Question

Whose policy is to increase the availability of free-to-use cash points, including locating them in all post offices, and working to ensure the availability of £5 notes?

Cash point
  1. Conservatives
  2. Labour
  3. Liberal Democrats
  4. Plaid Cymru

2.) Multiple Choice Question

Which party is seeking to establish a direct air link between Wales and North America?

Plane generic
  1. Conservatives
  2. Labour
  3. Liberal Democrats
  4. Plaid Cymru

3.) Multiple Choice Question

Whose policy is to revive our seaside towns by investing in the infrastructure, renewal and regeneration of communities?

Train track generic
  1. Conservatives
  2. Labour
  3. Liberal Democrats
  4. Plaid Cymru

4.) Multiple Choice Question

Which party is aiming to ensure that all Welsh government cars are electric-powered vehicles by 2020?

Electric car charging
  1. Conservatives
  2. Labour
  3. Liberal Democrats
  4. Plaid Cymru

Answers

  1. Liberal Democrats
  2. Conservatives
  3. Labour
  4. Plaid Cymru

Your Score

0 - 1 : Time to fold

2 - 3 : Quit while ahead

4 - 4 : Royal flush

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