Deltapoll have carried out 3 polls since mid-April against the background of the new SNP FM subjected to a barrage of ugly and unfounded reporting, across all of the MSM in Scotland and the UK.
Just sub-polls I know but repeated they tell us something.
On 17 April, they had SNP on 40%, Labour on 30% and Cons on 17%.
On 26 April, they had SNP on 40%, Labour on 30% and Cons on 19%.
Today they are reporting SNP on 39%, Labour on 26% and Cons on 19%.
Even under media carpet-bombing, Yousaf is looking solid.
Scottish Labour cannot catch UK Labour and the Cons are actually stabilising at above the level of around 14% they were getting pre-Sunak. Watch them!
The media onslaught will inevitably diminish over time as other issues draw their gaze. Watch the SNP figures climb as voters are reminded of Yousaf’s popular progressive intentions and start to think of just awful the alternatives are.
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but … did they ask about the campervan ? Makes all the difference it would appear if the media are to be believed .
Meanwhile the Labour polls will be emphasing the latest reneging on ”pledges” by Starmer – NOT !
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The MSM propaganda is relentless, and the more the SNP gets atacked the more people realise it for what it is, sheer propaganda.