Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon regained her seat as MSP for Glasgow Southside on Friday morning.
The Scottish National Party politician polled a huge majority in the seat she has held since 2007.
The collapse in Labour support across Scotland is "quite staggering", according to Nicola Sturgeon.
Speaking on Friday morning, the Scottish First Minister said elections across the country on Thursday were a "huge vote of confidence in the SNP's record in government".
Ms Sturgeon, whose Glasgow Southside seat went to the vote on Thursday, added that the pattern of voting was an indicator of the people's "trust in our ability to lead the country".
"What we're seeing tonight, not just across Glasgow but the central belt of Scotland, is the SNP replacing Labour - the collapse in Labour support is quite staggering", she said.
Scotland's First Minister said that a new independence referendum should be held if the UK is taken out of the EU "against our will".
Nicola Sturgeon, leader of the Scottish National Party (SNP) said her party's manifesto before a local election next month would say there should be a referendum "if there is clear and sustained evidence that independence has become the preferred option of a majority of the Scottish people".
"Or if there is a significant and material change in the circumstances that prevailed in 2014, such as Scotland being taken out of the EU against our will," she added in a statement.
Nicola Sturgeon has published her tax return for 2014/15 and has committed to publishing it annually.
Scrutiny over Mr Cameron's finances have come after he admitted in an ITV News interview he held shares in his father's offshore trust before selling them in 2010.
Nicola Sturgeon's tax return reveals the First Minister of Scotland's £104,818 income is the salary she receives as an MSP and First Minister.
It also shows she pays tax on her full salary entitlement but only draws her salary at its 2008/09 level since the start of the voluntary pay freeze on 1 April 2009.
Nicola Sturgeon has said the prime minister has "big questions to answer" over his tax affairs, after he admitted to owning shares in his father's offshore trust.
Scotland's first minister said it "appears the information has had to be dragged out of" David Cameron, who has been accused of "hypocrisy" over the issue.
I think he needs to be open, transparent, give full information; but perhaps even more importantly there has to be a root and branch overhaul of the UK rules around tax avoidance.
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She believes the plan, an election pledge by the Conservatives, creates a "completely unnecessary dilemma" and "addresses no obvious problem".
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