In Wales, the Labour Party got 531 thousand votes which won them 26 seats.
The Conservative party got 382 thousand votes - 7 for every 10 Labour got. For that, they got 8 seats.
What? How does that work? But wait, there's some even harder maths to do here:
In Scotland, the Labour Party got 1.03 million votes, which gave them a thumping 41 seats
The Conservative Party got a bit less than half of that - 412 thousand votes - which got them .. err ... 1 seat
What the fuck?
One more set of stats: in England the Tories got 297 seats, while Labour and the LibDems combined only managed 234.
(tip of the hat to Ma Dale for the figures - blame him if they're wrong)