It’s official: Glasgow uni is voting SNP

We’re calling it


Good news for Nicola: we’re all going to vote for the SNP, according to the results of our election survey. 

A 43 per cent majority are voting tartan in tomorrow’s General Election, storming ahead of Labour, who scooped 22 per cent of the vote.

Flagging behind are the Conservatives at 14 per cent and the Greens and the Lib Dems neck and neck at six per cent.

Three per cent said they still don’t know, more than the forgotten one per cent voting UKIP.

A loony three per cent say they’re voting for a different party altogether.

Glasgow Sturge final

Looking at the year by year breakdown, SNP was the clear majority across the board — over 40 per cent of each year said Nicola Sturgeon had their vote.

But our polls also suggest we have a lot to look forward to as we get older: the Conservative vote increases every year.

Freshers are 11 per cent Tory, second years are 14, third years are 18, fourth years are 20 and snooty postgrads are 30 per cent blue.

Don’t forget to vote.