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måndag 24 april 2017

Tory support in Scotland rises to 33%, poll shows

Tory support in Scotland rises to 33%, poll shows
- The Tories, who are campaigning on a message of opposing the SNP’s bid for a second independence referendum, currently have one Scottish MP – David Mundell.
Support for the party is up on the 2015 general election result, where they took almost 15% of the vote, and up from 28% in a previous Panelbase poll conducted in March. The new poll also shows the SNP on 44%, down from 47% in last month’s poll and from almost 50% in the 2015 election.
The party won 56 out of 59 Scottish seats in 2015 and is still on course to take home a majority on June 8.