Both votes SNP vital to put Scotland’s future in Scotland’s hands.
The SNP has welcomed a new poll showing the party is within touching distance of a majority at the Scottish Parliament election in May.
The Survation poll, commissioned by the Daily Record, found the SNP to be on course to win 67 seats at May’s election, while the Tories are predicted to lose seats.
The poll also published that the Scottish Greens are on course to win 11 seats, which would give Holyrood a large pro-independence majority.
Commenting, SNP Depute Leader Keith Brown, said:
“This poll shows that both votes SNP can deliver a strong, fair and green recovery and put Scotland’s future in Scotland’s hands – not Boris Johnson’s.
“It also shows that voters in Scotland are continuing to put their trust in Nicola Sturgeon and the SNP to lead Scotland’s recovery.
“The people of Scotland want to have their say on Scotland’s future in a post-pandemic referendum, and the best way to secure that is with an SNP majority in May.
“While today’s findings are encouraging, they underline the importance of both votes SNP at the election so that the Scottish people can determine Scotland’s future – not Boris Johnson’s Tories.
“The SNP will take nothing for granted and will continue to work tirelessly for every single vote ahead of 6 May.”