Three YouGov polls in a week put SNP support at average of 46% to wipe the decks

Today, with fieldwork on 5-6 November, YouGov report:

  • Con 22%
  • Lab 10%
  • DimLeb 8%
  • SNP 47%
  • Brexit 5%
  • Green 8%

https://d25d2506sfb94s.cloudfront.net/cumulus_uploads/document/df8cjzcpgw/TheTimes_Sky_VI_191106_w.pdf

Following two earlier YouGov polls in the last week at 50% and 41%, this gives a confidence-inducing average of 46% which would wipe the decks leaving only one or two DimLebs clinging to the gunwales in the far north.

Published by johnrobertson834

Retired Professor of Media Politics Not-for-profit independent political analysis

2 thoughts on “Three YouGov polls in a week put SNP support at average of 46% to wipe the decks

  1. Let’s make sure that we send 59 SNP MPs to Westminster.
    Let’s make sure that we take the next step towards independence. If we have 50%+1 of the registered voters voting. Then it’s independence. Especially as Westminster has decided to exclude the voices of 16 and 17 year olds.
    Hopefully those young people will convince their parents to vote SNP. You can always support another party once we are on the way to independence but it will be a Scottish party.

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