7-POINT LEAD FOR HOLYROOD AND NECK-AND-NECK FOR WESTMINSTER
The Scottish National Party welcomed the findings of the latest Ipsos/MORI poll of Scottish voting intentions - which shows the SNP 7 points ahead of Labour in Scottish Parliament voting intentions, and just two points behind for the General Election at 32 per cent.
SNP Depute Leader and Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said: "This is a fantastic poll for the SNP and the Scottish Government, and hugely encouraging. We are neck-and neck with Labour in Westminster
voting intentions, and we have a substantial 7-point lead in Scottish Parliament voting intentions.
"It is 'game on' in Scotland for the General Election, which is a clear two-horse race between the SNP and Labour. "We have more support now than when we won the Holyrood election in 2007 -the other parties are all down - and our Westminster support has nearly doubled since the last General Election.
Great news as we head into the final few weeks! The choice in Scotland is obvious. Labour for five years of the same SHITE as we have now or the SNP to give SCOTLAND a STRONG VOICE IN A HUNG OR MINORITY GOVERNMENT.
ONLY THE SNP WILL LOOK AFTER SCOTLAND.