From Survation with a poll of 1682 in the UK and a sub-set of 157 Scots for 26-27 October:
- Con 26.8%
- Lab 51.2%
- Con: 12%
- Lab 27.8%
- SNP 54.4%
Signs perhaps of a partial, post Sunak, Con recovery at 30% in England but little sign of either a Labour surge or a Con recovery in Scotland.
This follows People Polling on 26 October with 99 Scots, which had Labour at 37% (51% in UK) but Cons at only 7% with SNP at 47%:
Techne, also on the 26-27 October, do not have a Scottish sub-poll.
Small sub-polls, I know, but both saying the same thing – Sarwar’s Starmerite Labour does not appeal.
One thought on “Another sub-poll casts doubt on Labour surge post Sunak in Scotland as SNP hit 54%”
Like Marmite , with STARMERITE you either love it or hate it .
In Scotland the overwhelming choice of consumers falls on the ”hate it ” side of the question .
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