The Tories insisted they were in the best position to challenge the SNP
The survey put Kezia Dugdale's party on 25 per cent of the vote, behind the Tories on 26 per cent and the SNP on 43 per cent.
It comes as the Conservative lead over Labour was slashed to a single point UK-wide, on 41.5 per cent and 40.4 per cent respectively.
YouGov's daily projection put the Tories on track to win 304 seats, 22 seats short of a Parliamentary majority.
Theresa May has warned Nicola Surgeon will be "pulling the strings" in Downing Street as part of a coalition of chaos if she loses her majority.
Today's Scottish survey for the The Times puts Scottish Labour up by six points on since May.
Ruth Davidson's party was down three points and the SNP down one point.
YouGov found support for the Lib Dems at 6 per cent and the Greens at 1 per cent.
The survey put Kezia Dugdale's party on 25 per cent of the vote
The ScotlandVotes website estimates the result would mean the SNP losing as many as 10 constituencies, falling from the 56 it won in 2015.
Tories would rise from one to seven seats, and both Labour the Lib Dems from one to three.
On the question of independence, 57 per cent said no and 43 per cent said yes.
Tory deputy leader Jackson Carlaw said: "Once again this poll shows that the Scottish Conservatives are best-placed to take the fight to the SNP at this election.
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Ruth Davidson's party was down three points and the SNP down one point
"With Nicola Sturgeon ramping up the prospect of a deal with Labour, and Jeremy Corbyn saying he's 'absolutely fine' with another referendum, voters know there is only one party you can trust on the Union."
Scottish Labour's campaign manager James Kelly welcomed "encouraging poll" and said increasing parts of the electorate knew his party was the only way to defeat the Nationalists in the majority of seats.
He added: "With Labour surging in the polls across the UK, voters have a real chance to deliver a Labour government led by Jeremy Corbyn for the many, not the few."
SNP deputy leader Angus Robertson said his party was in a "strong position" adding: "Labour can't win the election in Scotland – and a vote for them simply risks letting a Tory MP in through the back door."