A 5th poll suggesting confidently a Labour surge in England now also confirms that the Starmer/Sarwar appeal is weak in Scotland.
Yesterday Opinium published their poll of 2 000, based on data collected from 28-30 September, suggesting Labour on 36% and the Cons on 18%.
But, for the 177 Scots asked, the figures were Cons on 15%, Labour on 20% and SNP on 43%.
Of the previous four polls, only YouGov suggested a mini-surge for Scottish Labour at 38% but this now looks like an outlier.
Across the five sub-polls with a sample total of around 900, the averages now stand at SNP 46%, Labour at 28% and Cons at 10.8%.