From the full Panelbase poll, with 1 022, for 1-5 June, the above map approaches perfect coverage and the graph below soars satisfyingly:

If that’s not enough for you, see this table too:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Opinion_polling_for_the_next_Scottish_Parliament_election

The Panelbase poll for 1-5 June has the SNP at 53% for the constituency vote and 48% for the regional list vote.

Six polls in a row, this year, all at 50% or above, and up around 10% from last year can only be a trend and a good one too.

Conservatives and Labour are both now at around 20% and tending toward the kind of irrelevance that the Lib Dems have enjoyed for some time now.

Footnote: My dad would be disappointed to see his and my birthplace still blue.