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Poll after poll has Labour UK soaring above the Cons and with support typically twice that of Labour Scotland.
SNP support is firm in the mid 40 to low 50s.
For 31 October, Deltapoll have UK Labour at 51%, UK Cons at 26% but Scottish Labour at only 26% with the SNP at 44%.
It’s only a sub-poll of 137 Scots but on October 27 with 157 Scots, Survation had UK Labour at 51%, Scottish Labour at 28% and SNP at 54%
On 26 October, with 99, People Polling had UK Labour at 51%, Scottish Labour at 37% and SNP at 47%.
On 20 October, People Polling, again, had UK Labour at 53%, Scottish Labour at 22% and SNP at 58%!
On 12 October, with People polling and 105 Scots, we have UK Labour at 53%, Scottish Labour at 19% and SNP at 63%!
Put together, there’s a repeating message.
2 thoughts on “And another – Labour Scotland half as popular as Labour UK”
Aren’t UK Labour the boss of their branch office in Scotland, do people believe they are different parties with different policies? I’m perplexed.
As one former Scottish ( sic ) Labour leader almost once opined :
” Scottish Labour are not genetically programmed to make political decisions – they just dae as they’re telt by London !”