There is a Labour surge in England, with their lead over the Cons averaging at 27% in the last 5 Westminster polls, in October 2022. This compares with an average of around only 10% in mid-September and some polls as low as only 1 or 2% in that same month.
In the same period, Scottish Labour have climbed to average 27% with only one at a newsworthy 30% but in the only recent Holyrood polls before that, from June to August 2022, they had been averaging 23%. So, a 4% climb rather than a surge?
Where has that climb come from? Well the Survation poll has the SNP down 3% at 45% but the other two have the SNP share up 1 or 2%, regardless of any Labour increase. So, only one out of three backs up the Scottish Labour claim that they will take votes from the SNP and the Cons.
Comparing the Labour surge at Westminster with the Labour increases suggested in the small sub-polls, you have SNP averaging 46%, Labour at 28% and the Cons, going down the tube, at 10%. Only the Survation poll says otherwise.