Just got a LibDem leaflet through the door, and see that they're using their dodgy statistics for this constituency, once again. They've been claiming they're in second place for the Scottish Parliament elections by quoting the result from the last UK general election in 2005. Of course, the boundaries for the Scottish Parliament election are considerably different from the UK Parliament constituency, as the UK Parliament includes an extra 10,000 or so voters from areas which have a LibDem councillor or MSP.
In fact, it was the SNP which came second in the last elections for Edinburgh North & Leith for the Scottish Parliament, and in the most recent elections where it's possible to make a comparison with the Scottish Parliament boundaries (the European elections in 2004), it was actually the Greens who came second in Edinburgh North & Leith.
I see the SNP have also put putting out their election graphs for this constituency, and they claim the fight in this constituency is between them and Labour. I think they're right - all my contact with voters over the last few weeks suggests to me that the SNP are doing fairly well (hardly news, given the opinion polls!), and the LibDems are falling back in Edinburgh North & Leith.