It’s been a dramatic year in politics in the UK, and even going back to the start of the year feels like a completely different world.
Panelbase took a little longer than YouGov to stir from their summer slumber, but came out with a shiny new poll just in time for a conference weekend.
Panelbase and the Sunday Times seem to have settled into a pattern of monthly polling, with this June poll being their fourth month on the trot. We’re now at the point it’d be really quite lovely for another paper/pollster partnership to pop up and do so regularly, as Panelbase is now completely dominating the Scottish polling output.
With just days to go until the EU Elections, Panelbase have stirred themselves into a second poll in pretty quick succession.
After nearly a year’s absence, YouGov have finally re-emerged with an absolute peach of a Scottish poll. All three parliaments plus the first proper Independence VI since December, making it almost worth the wait.
Two Scottish polls along at once? Who would have thought it! Ah, right, everyone, because it keeps happening.
This Survation poll actually (mostly) predates the Panelbase, but seems to have been sat on for a week before details were published. Hence this appearing the day after the post about the later poll did. Confusing, right?