Results for Voting Yes

  • What do you think about Independence?

    Hi, I'm IV-i the Independent Voting Indicator. I would like to hear your opinion about a few questions and when the test is complete, I can tell you if an Independent Scotland woul...

  • 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 ...
    Category: articles

  • 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?"
    Category: articles

  • Detailed Survey

    Compare what each party is promising to do, and make an informed decision about who to vote for at the 2015 general election.

  • End political anarchy in the UK

    The only British politician to keep her head after the Brexit vote is Scotland’s Nicola Sturgeon. Why not find a way to put her in charge of steering a path through the Euro mess?
    Category: articles

  • Forward As One

    Pro-Independence March and Rally to be held in the town of Dunfermline in the Park donated to the people by the industrialist Andrew Carnegie also know as Pittencrieff Park and fit...
    Category: events

  • Great Repeal Bill may trigger 2nd Scottish Referendum

    CommonSpace columnist Mark McNaught says the Great Repeal Bill could be a big opportunity for the independence movement to make the case for - and win - a second referendum. IN ret...
    Category: articles

  • 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.