Polling frustration.

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Thumbnail image for QuestionMarks.jpgThe Sunday Times has some Scottish numbers, but they're incomplete, with no number for us at all. The list vote they report is SNP 35%, Labour 25%, with the Tories and the Liberals on 14%. 

That leaves 12% unallocated. In 2007, of voters who didn't back one of those four parties on the list, about half of them voted Green. So are we on 6%? Who knows. Maybe we should have an election and find out.

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