Current polling data at a glance
Scottish National PartyScottish National Party
The Scottish National Party, SNP, was founded in 1934 and is the dominant political force in Scotland. Its primary goal is Scottish independence from the United Kingdom.
The SNP advocates for Scottish independence, social justice, and environmental protection. It emphasizes the importance of Scottish interests and self-determination.
In the last election, the party reached 3.9% of the votes. In the current election trend, Scottish National Party is at 3.2%. This is a difference of -0.7 compared to the last election result. The party is represented in the current parliament with 48 Seats.
In economic policy, the SNP aims for a strong Scottish economy based on renewable energy, tourism, and innovation. They aspire to have their own currency.
The SNP emphasizes the protection of workers, fair wages, and job security. They advocate for labor rights and trade unions.
In healthcare policy, the SNP defends the Scottish health system NHS and advocates for free healthcare and the preservation of hospitals.
Environment and energy
The SNP has a strong environmental agenda and supports the expansion of renewable energy and the protection of Scotland's natural environment.
In foreign policy, the SNP emphasizes Scotland's engagement in the EU and aims for close cooperation with international partners, even after potential independence.
The SNP advocates for an open immigration policy and emphasizes the contribution of immigrants to Scottish society and the economy.
In social policy, the SNP supports social security, poverty reduction, and the strengthening of Scottish communities.
The SNP emphasizes educational opportunities and aims for high-quality schools, as well as the promotion of Scottish educational institutions and research.
The SNP supports Scotland's membership in the European Union and aims for a close relationship with EU member states.
Mobility & Transport
In transport policy, the SNP focuses on improving the Scottish transportation system, expanding public transportation, and sustainable mobility.
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