In the Herald today:
Labour opens up biggest poll lead since 1997: Labour have opened up a 36 point lead in one opinion poll, as reaction to the Conservative crisis continues.
When you look deeper for the Scottish sub-poll figures, ignored by the Herald, you find once more Scottish Labour trailing far behind the UK Labour figure of 56% at only 30%: https://redfieldandwiltonstrategies.com/latest-gb-voting-intention-16-october-2022/
This is not a one-off. In poll after poll, the Scottish Labour support, in the Scottish sup-polls of around 120, is averaging 26% having taken 6 to 8% off the Tory vote and perhaps 1 or 2% from the SNP but they remain secure at 44-48%.
In terms of full Scottish polls, on 4 October, YouGov had Labour at 30% and Savanta ComRes had them at 26%. At the same time, UK Polls had Labour at between 48% and 52%!
Scottish Labour is going nowhere.