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Labour has slipped behind the SNP simply earlier than the General Election, a brand new ballot suggests.

A survey by Savanta for The Scotsman suggests 31% of Scots might vote Labour tomorrow, three factors down on the final ballot, whereas assist for the SNP is unchanged at 34%.

The ballot, carried out between June 28 and July 2, suggests the Conservatives are on 15%, up one level, whereas the Liberal Democrats are at 9%, up two factors on the final ballot earlier in June.

The survey of 1,083 Scottish adults discovered 6% mentioned they’d again Reform UK, no change for the reason that final ballot, whereas the Greens had been up one level at 3%, and a pair of% mentioned they’d vote for different events.