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Ruth Davidson, the leader of the Conservative Party in Scotland, attends a debate on a second referendum on independence at Scotland's Parliament in Holyrood, Edinburgh, Britain, March 28, 2017. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne(reuters_tickers)
LONDON (Reuters) - The Scottish Conservative Party has opened up a 10 percentage point lead over the Scottish Labour Party in an opinion poll, reaching 28 percent, while the Scottish National Party remains in front on 43 percent, pollster Survation said on Sunday.
"Survation's latest poll in Scotland on behalf of the Sunday Post shows the Scottish Conservatives at their highest level in either a Survation Westminster or a Holyrood (the devolved parliament) voting intention ever," Survation said in a statement.
The pollster said it had interviewed 1,018 Scots between April 18-21 for the survey.
(Reporting by Elizabeth Piper; editing by Jason Neely)