A Yougov poll of the regions last night showed the parties fighting each other to a standstill in Scotland.
The poll of just over 800 people showed Labour on Labour on 38%, the SNP on 24%, Conservatives on 17% and Lib Dem on 16%.
On that outcome the parties would come out with almost the same share of seats as the 2005 election.
Labour have on 40 MPs, assuming they regain Glasgow East, and the SNP could go back up to 7 MPs if they gain Ochill and South Perthshire though Labour’s Gordon Banks is favourite to hold the seat.
The Lib Dems would have 11 seats and the Tories would be stuck on one. Same old, same old.