According to YouGov with a sample of 1 067 Scots adults, based on field work on 30 September to 4 October 2022, Labour’s surge in England is not washing up here.
Though support for Labour on the Westminster voting intentions, climbed from 22 to 31% as that for the Cons fell 7 to 12%, SNP support only fell 1 to 45%.
On the Holyrood voting intentions, the Con vote only fell 5 to 13% and Labour only went up by 3 to 26%. On this, the SNP vote actually climbed by 2 to 49%.
On leadership performance, things look even more unimpressive for Scottish Labour as only 34%, down from 35% in May, thought that Anas Sarwar was doing well. The figure for Nicola Sturgeon was 51%, no change from May 2022.