Thursday, May 03, 2007

Final poll and poll of polls show SNP well in the lead.

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The very last poll in Scotland, before the 3 May 2007 election, shows the SNP well in the lead. Analysis: SNP holds its nerve

The YouGov survey - completed on 2 May 2007 - shows:

Constituency vote
SNP 37%
Labour 31%

Regional vote
SNP 32%
Labour 27%

Calculations by Prof John Curtice of Strathclyde University based on YouGov's findings suggest:
SNP 45 seats
Labour 39 seats
Liberal Democrats 16 seats

Weber Shandwick's latest Poll of Polls suggests the SNP will have 48 seats (Daily Telegraph 3 May 2007), well ahead of Labour.

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