A very interesting poll here from YouGov as sponsored (is that the right word?) by The Telegraph.
I have entered the recent Scotland Voice "Poll of Polls" in brackets to see movements from before but given that You Gov was the closest poll to the final result in 2003, then maybe it should be their results that should be given due consideration, rather than an average including MRUK etc
SNP – 39 (35)
Labour –30 (31)
LibDem –15 (16)
Cons –13 (13)
SNP – 31 (33)
Labour –27 (28)
LibDem –11 (15)
Cons –13 (12)
Greens -9 (5)
Sadly I don't have my Excel spreadsheet here at work so I can't transform these results into probable Holyrood seats but by the looks of things Argyll & Bute, East Kilbride and maybe even Glasgow Kelvin are very much coming into play for the SNP. Perhaps a few more Central and Fife seats possibly too....
The Greens are doing very well here too. They are pushing for their coveted 10 seats with that 9%, including a potential 3 in Lothians alone if there is a split of Labour/Lib Dem/Tory/SNP seats, which I expect there will be.
Whichever way you look at it, it is a storming result for the SNP with only 6 days to go. Only a massive gaffe or some sort of meteorite hitting Bonnybridge could stop them now.
PS It's been rumoured there is another poll out tomorrow with an even bigger lead for the SNP.