A Survation poll for the Daily Mail suggests that the SNP are set to increase their majority in the 2016 Scottish elections. Will their bubble ever burst?
A poll by Survation suggests that fears of a Labour-SNP deal after the election may have had an impact in the election outcome.
A new poll by Survation, for the Daily Record, suggests that the public think Ed Miliband is a better leader than David Cameron in terms of net approval.
Even if the Conservatives form an administration with other parties after May, the SNP will be able to capitalise without being involved.
A new poll by Survation gives UKIP’s leader an impressive lead in South Thanet. Can he win?
A new poll by Survation, commissioned by the SNP, indicates that most Scots would like a ‘double majority’ vote on an in/out referendum.
Survation’s latest poll, for the Daily Record, suggests that the Scottish Greens are on course to doing extremely well come 2016.
Survation’s latest poll for the Daily Record, suggests that Scottish Labour are struggling to take back support from the SNP.
There are some things that could happen on election night that would have been deemed ridiculous five years ago, but now don't seem impossible.
Two months ago, Scotland voted (55%-45%) to remain in the union. Scottish and British politics have changed forever.