SNP lead over Labour down to 10%

Posted On: 
10th February 2015

The SNP’s lead over Labour has narrowed, according to a new poll, but the nationalists are still in line to gain more than 20 seats at the general election.

The
latest TNS pollput the SNP on 41% and Labour on 31%, compared to recent surveys showing the SNP with a lead of more than 25 points.

TNS: Poll points to SNP general election success, but lower Scottish turnout than referendum

A Scottish Labour spokesperson said: "These polls show that Scottish Labour is still behind and has a gap to close. But in the end the only people who will benefit from these polls are David Cameron and the Tories."