In a Sunday Times article, Price said that the current devolution system cannot be considered an “end-state” as Westminster “will always reign supreme.” The independence leader warned that Wales “is in real danger” of remaining in a “rump United Kingdom” if Scotland and Northern Ireland secede.
According to polls, Plaid Cymru has been holding in 2020 a voting intention of between 18% and 26%. Surveys predict another victory for the Labour Party, which does not support calling a referendum.
The Conservative Party, which is in government in the United Kingdom, does not favour a referendum either.
Some 25% of Welsh voters say they support independence, while 50% to 55% reject it, according to polls. Some 20% to 25% are undecided.
Support for independence had for years stood at between 10% to 15%, but has grown since the Brexit referendum.