I know it’s only a sub-poll of 153, not really a ‘poll’, but if it is some early, wee, indication of opinion shifting as UK parliamentary democracy revealed itself as utterly dysfunctional and as the SNP 2nd Civil War story either failed to take hold of the people’s imagination or even got up their noses, 47% would take the SNP close to the 56 out of the 59 Westminster seats they took in 2015. If this is only an early harbinger of a trend, we might be looking at greater than 50% and a total wipe out of the opposition. Let’s dream! Labour support plummeted to 14% so would Ian Murray in Edinburgh South survive?
The fieldwork was done on the 13th and 14th January 2019, well into the Scottish MSM carpet bombing of the electorate with images of the alleged Salmond and Sturgeon split and a consequent civil war among their supporters and as the disturbing freak show that is UK parliamentary democracy seems likely to have filled many with shock and disgust.
Notably, Scots were also, by far, the group most likely to say they would definitley vote, the least concerned about crime and the most dissatisfied with the UK Government’s Brexit negotiations.