One of the traditions of major elections is to collate the endorsements of various newspapers (most famously, it was "The Sun Wot Won It" for the Tories in 1992). There's never been much need to do that for pro-independence blogs in the past, but this election is a bit different. So here's a tentative list - updates, additions and corrections are welcome. In some cases I've only included an endorsement on the regional list because I haven't seen an explicit constituency endorsement, although it may have been there and I've missed it (hence the call for corrections).
Scot Goes Pop: SNP constituency, Alba list
Wee Ginger Dug: SNP constituency, SNP list
Wings Over Scotland: Alba list
Bella Caledonia: General support for SNP and Greens (which may imply SNP constituency, Green list, but I haven't seen that stated directly)
Craig Murray: Alba list
Barrhead Boy: Alba list
Random Public Journal: Alba list
Newsnet Scotland: SNP constituency, SNP list (unbelievers shall perish)
Peter A Bell: All parties are rubbish but I'm still engaged in a heated debate with myself
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Today I arrived at the conclusion of my own personal equivalent of "NaNoWriMo". Over the last month and a bit, I've profiled all seventy-three constituencies and all eight regional lists for The National and the Sunday National. I reckon that must come to around 45,000 words. Here are the last few: Aberdeen South & North Kincardine, South Scotland (regional list), Dundee City West, Dundee City East, Paisley, Linlithgow, Greenock & Inverclyde and East Lothian. And you can also read my piece in The National about the Eurovision and nuclear weapons questions from the Scot Goes Pop / Panelbase poll HERE.