The SNP have taken the lead in the very latest MORI poll, published today. The Ipsos MORI poll carried out by The Times puts the SNP on 37% and Labour on 36% with the Conservatives and Liberal Democrats lagging seriously behind. On the regional vote the SNP are on 35% and Labour on 33%.
Nicola Sturgeon, the SNP deputy leader and Scotland's deputy first minister, said: "Today's poll shows there is all to play for in Scotland's election this May, with the SNP moving ahead of Labour and achieving a poll rating four points higher than the election results of 2007.
"As voters look toward Scotland's election, it is the SNP's strong record in office, our team of recognised and trusted ministers and MSPs, and the vision we have for Scotland's future, that is winning the support of voters who want to re-elect a Scottish government that is working for Scotland."
The Mori/Times poll of 1,000 people was conducted between 10 and 13 February. The results were as follows:
The SNP have proven that they have the focus, determination, skills, knowledge and complete desire to govern Scotland in a positive manner to enable this wonderful country of ours to flourish and achieve its own potential. The SNP have and will continue, to fight this campaign on policies and commitments. This is rather than go down the same old road as other parties where their campaign is more interested in political gain and negativity rather than telling the voter what they plan to do.
The Scottish population are now looking for our goverment to tell us what they can achieve, rather than telling us what other parties cannot achieve.
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