I know it’s partial figures again but this is the fourth set of such suggesting the SNP in the middle to upper 40% area. This one, from YouGov, who tend to favour the Tories gives this:
SNP 42% (n/c)
Conservatives 26% (-3)
Labour 25% (+6)
Angus Robertson has an 18% majority and Moray has been an SNP seat for twenty years now. I know there can be local variation in constituencies but I don’t think anyone is betting heavily on this one with the Tories looking like they’re at least 16% behind. The Tories who dream of toppling Angus look to be taking a hit from the Scottish Labour revival due to the Corbyn surge. That can only be good news as it will split the opposition vote and allow an SNP win, even with a reduced majority.