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originally posted by: Danbones
is this independence or a sample of the technique of balkanisation and divide and conquer?
While Brits ( and the peeps of the `insert currently used imperialist country army tool` here) are great, I don't think the Bavarian bloodline Coburg Sacks Gotha / Windsor Imperialism has done anyone but the One Percenters any good. The new tactic is rule by socio/ fascist corporatism, which can be cloaked in what appears to be independence, and allows for peep control, and the resource rape by the technocracy.
Pollster Peter Kellner: "At risk of looking utterly ridiculous in a few hours time I would say it’s a 99% chance of a No victory"
Scotland's verdict on the union should be clear around breakfast time on Friday, but a YouGov poll of 1,828 voters previously polled indicated 54 percent of Scots would back the union while 46 percent would seek independence.
"This YouGov poll indicates the union has prevailed," YouGov research manager Laurence Janta-Lipinski told Reuters of the survey carried out on Thursday which was not an exit poll. "It looks like the union will remain intact for the time being."
Alex Salmond, the 59-year-old nationalist leader, told hundreds of supporters in Perth at a final rally: "This is our opportunity of a lifetime and we must seize it with both hands."
Salmond has said Queen Elizabeth should stay on as Queen of Scots. She has remained above the fray, in keeping with the constitution, but said on Sunday she hoped Scots would choose "carefully".
originally posted by: ipsedixit
a reply to: spy66
According to the YouGov spokesperson on the BBC, if the vote is tight or close in Glasgow, the No side will take the referendum.
He says that Yes must win comfortably in Glasgow to win the referendum. A close vote in Glasgow, mean Scotland goes "No".
originally posted by: spy66
These six locations are done With their Counts. I am not sure when they are going to state their results.
EDIT: The % is how many who voted from each location.
Inverclyde - 87,4 prosent
Orkney – 83,7 prosent
Clackmannshire – 88,6 prosent
West Dunbartonshire – 87,9 prosent
Dundee – 78,8 prosent
Renfrewshire – 87,3 prosent