The SNP topped the poll while the Scottish Conservatives finished second.
Report From stv News:
The full results of last week’s council elections have been published by the Electoral Management Board for Scotland.
The SNP came top of the poll with 32.3% of first preference votes cast, with the Scottish Conservatives in second with 25.3%.
A total of 1,889,658 valid votes were cast on Thursday with turnout increasing to 46.9%, the highest for a local election not held on the same day as a national poll in Scotland since 1977.
Turnout was highest in the Western Isles at 56.1% while the lowest turnout was recorded in Glasgow, where 39% of voters came out to vote in the country’s largest local authority.
FULL REPORT: https://stv.tv/news/politics/1387948-full-scottish-council-election-results-published/
Local elections: Full list of Scottish results published https://t.co/VE3VugxkVx
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