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Ben Walker is a data journalist at the New Statesman.
The SNP have traditionally been responsible for most mentions of independence but in recent years the Scottish Tories have begun to catch up.
The New Statesman's Scottish election forecast model.
The local wage gaps in southern suburbia are just as stark as in so-called Red Wall towns.
Labour would have the most to lose if Salmond's campaign for a pro-independence supermajority is successful.
The Labour leader’s personal numbers are better than Ed Miliband's or Jeremy Corbyn's were a year in, but he is yet to make a real impact.
Using nonsensically drawn wards as building blocks for parliamentary seats is like trying to recreate Big Ben with Lego Duplo bricks.
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How popular are the party leaders?
The Salmond inquiry has damaged backing for Nicola Sturgeon, the SNP and the wider Yes movement.
The Office for Budget Responsibility forecasts that unemployment will rise to 164 per cent of pre-Covid levels once the furlough scheme ends.
According to the Britain Elects poll tracker, more voters now rate the Labour leader negatively than positively.