SNP retains General Election polling lead as Jim Murphy Labour election fails to halt surge
Survation survey finds gap maintained between main two parties
FORTY-five per cent of the Scottish electorate remain supportive of the Scottish National Party ahead of May's General Election, according to the latest poll.
The opinion poll, conducted by the firm Survation for The Daily Record, identified a 17 per cent gap between the SNP and the Labour party, which polled 28 per cent. (Click here to read more)