Glasgow voters backed Remain by a margin of two to one, but recorded a turnout of just 56.2 percent.
The city recorded 66.59 percent in favour of staying in Europe, compared to 33.41 percent who backed a Brexit.
SNP’s Westminster leader Angus Robertson dismissed suggestions that the party had not done enough to encourage people to the polls.
Defending the SNP against Labour criticisms, he told Sky News: “Turnout has historically always been lower in Glasgow relative to the rest of the country.”
He added: “66 per cent of the result (for Remain) is a pretty strong result and frankly to be lectured by the Labour Party which lost almost every single seat in Scotland, I don’t think they’re really qualified.
“It did come from a source in London who obviously knows nothing about the campaign on the ground here.”
He said “We worked very hard.
“Remain is winning in Scotland.”