Results for Reasons For Yes

  • We are the 45% (facebook)

    We are the 45% Group’ stands for Yes voters who felt Scotland had a chance for independence and for No voters who feel their chance was taken away.

  • Pre-Referendum Statistics

    Leading up to the referendum we've tried to inform people about the choices and the effects of either a Yes or a No vote. Below are the statistics of our website IndependentScotlan...

  • 10 Stupid reasons to vote Yes or No

    Some of the reasons I heard were too disturbing, silly, strange or unsettling to post under the 'valid reasons' to vote either Yes or No. These reasons have no proper arguments or ...
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  • A Letter to the People of Scotland

    On Thursday the people of Scotland will vote in in one of the most historic events in Scottish history; "Should Scotland be an independent country?"
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  • IV-i

    Hi, I'm IV-i the Independent Voting Indicator. I will frequently ask the visitors of the site their view about independence by answering a few questions.

  • No, thanks?!

    You can now put a 'No, thanks' billboard into your own garden. Did you know that with this 'No, thanks' sign for Scottish Independence, you basically say no thanks to things that m...
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  • Queen was asked to intervene amid yes vote fears

    Amid No 10 meltdown, cabinet secretary and monarch’s private secretary crafted words that voters should ‘think very carefully’.
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  • Scotland 2060

    Independence is not about staying in the UK or not, it is about a prosperous Scotland in the future New Golden Age thanks to Social Development, comparable to Scandinavia of today.

  • The National - Scottish Newspaper

    The National, the only one that supports the idea of independence for Scotland. The newspaper is a sister to the Sunday Herald, which declared itself in favour of a yes vote in Sep...

  • The wee Blue Book

    Scotland is served by 37 national or daily newspapers. Not one supports independence. (The only publication to back a Yes vote is a weekly, the Sunday Herald.) Newspapers have no d...