The first Scottish opinion poll is proving disappointing to Labour, showing the party stands to lose all but one of its seats in Scotland

Of the seven seats held by Labour, only Edinburgh South's incumbent Ian Muray would return to the House of Commons according to the Panelbase study for the Sunday Times. 

This would not be the first time Mr Murray would be the sole Labour representative in Scotland as he was also the only Labour MP north of the border in 2015. 

According to an analysis from Strathclyde University Professor Sir John Curtice, the SNP are also on course for another electoral win in Scotland. 

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SNP could see their sear count rise from 35 to 41, with support rising from 37% to 40%. 

The poll shows that the party only stands to lose North East Fife, which is the seat with the smallest majority in the UK after Stephen Gethins only secured two votes more than the Lib Dems in 2017. 

If the poll is accurate, support for Conservatives could also see a minor drop of 1% as the party is expected to lose just one Scottish seat. 

Stirling is predicted to move from Stephen Kerr to SNP MEP Alyn Smith. 

On the issues voters believe to be harmful to the UK, 37% of Scots said Scottish independence, with 39% saying the same of Brexit.

Almost half of all those surveyed said Scottish independence would be a "good opportunity" for the country, at 45%, while just 24% said the same of Brexit.

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According to the poll, Nicola Sturgeon is the only leader who has Scottish approval, with a positive approval rating of +3%. 

Prime Minister Boris Johnson's popularity rose slightly from -36% to -34%, while the Labour leader also improved but still found himself trailing the Tory leader on -41%.

SNP candidate for Aberdeen North Kirsty Blackman commented: “Only the SNP can beat the Tories in Scotland. 

“While we take nothing for granted, the SNP is in a strong position – and we’re well and truly the party with the momentum. 

“This poll underlines the fact that neither Labour nor the Lib Dems can take seats off the Tories.

“Boris Johnson is desperate to get a majority, force through a disastrous Brexit and inflict yet more years of Tory misery on Scotland. 

“The only way to stop him is to unite around the SNP and help lock him out of Downing Street. 

“A vote for the SNP is a vote to escape Brexit and put Scotland’s future in Scotland’s hands.”

Mr Kerr said: "We welcome today's poll.

"It confirms that, in seat after seat in Scotland, it's only by voting Scottish Conservative that people can stop Nicola Sturgeon and make her listen.

"By contrast, the poll shows that Labour is going nowhere in Scotland and that it now risks being completely wiped out.

"So our message to Labour and Liberal voters today is to lend us your vote so together we can beat the SNP.

"We did it two years ago - let's do it again."

Scottish Liberal Democrat campaign chairman Alex Cole-Hamilton MSP said: "This poll shows that the Lib Dems are a growing force in Scotland.

"Everyone who is pro-EU and pro-UK should vote for us on December 12."