John Curtice Professor of politics at Strathclyde University Margin of victory
Posted at 05:17 The BBC is predicting on the basis of 26 results declared so far that the "No" side are going to win the referendum with 55% of the vote while "Yes" will secure 45% of the vote. This margin of victory is some three points greater than that anticipated by the final opinion polls.
My constituency Stirling could be interesting, lots of non Scots and university educated voters, farmers and businessmen in one of Scotland's most historic cities, Battle of Stirling and Bannockburn and site of the Wallace monument.
I'm English and voted no obviously, hope the country sees sense and tells nationalism that it is dead and buried.
I think No will seize the day might be higher than most predict, maybe 59-62%, hopefully it's the end of referendum upheaval and Salmond retires in the near future! Wait for all the excuses coming out from Salmond tomorrow, always has an answer for everything! Anyway, here's hoping for a div announcement soon.
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