Theresa may do a better job than Nicola Sturgeon: Scottish poll

More Scots think Theresa May do a better job than Nicola Sturgeon

The Sky data survey of more than 2,000 people with registered addresses in Scotland, the higher percentage approval rate six prime ministers as prime minister in Scotland. The head of the Scottish Conservatives Ruth Davidson questioned five points above the clock.

Labor boss Jeremy Corbyn danger worst in the survey, which is also head of the party in Scotland Kesia Dugdale. A national representative survey of people in Scotland has their views on whether party leaders are doing a good or bad job.

The results were as follows: Theresa May: good 48%, 47% bad Jeremy Corbyn: good 16% bad 77% Nicola Sturgeon: good 42%, 54% bad Kesia Dugdale: good 36%, 50% bad Ruth Davidson: good 53%, 36% bad The survey was conducted during the week after its proposal for a referendum on independence between autumn 2018 and spring 2019 Ms Sturgeon announced – around the point at which the United Kingdom left the EU.

The figures will be a pleasant reading for the Prime Minister for a Scottish parliamentary debate on their independence referendum plans. It is expected that Parliament is sure to pursue a referendum support. Your SNP party will have a majority of Castle but will draw on the support for independence Green MSPs.