Graphic – The times
And the LD could triple their Scottish seats
The main General Election polling news overnight has been a YouGov/Times survey of Scotland which suggests that the Conservatives could start to win back some of the seats in Scotland that they held more than a quarter of a century ago.
The Lib Dems could also stage a small recovery tripling the Scottish total to three seats.
Labour, which at GE2010, won 41 of Scotland’s 59 seats, is still projected to be down at just one. It was that Scottish wipeout that was the dominant feature of the 2015 election and enabled the Tories to portray Ed Miliband as being in the pockets of the SNP.
We will get a better idea of opinion in Scotland next Friday when we have the results of the Scottish local elections which were last held in 2012.