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The Suggestion Box is an area for members to put forward things they'd like to hear on the Yes OnAir station and even suggest interviews or points of interest that you think we should cover.

Poll: Guess the percentage of the Yes Vote

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  • 20% or lower
  • 30% - 40% or higher
  • 50% - 60% or higher
  • higher than 60%
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TOPIC: What's the chances

What's the chances 9 years 9 months ago #3

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Just for fun - no prizes given but what do you think the Yes Vote percentage will be?
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What's the chances 9 years 9 months ago #16

I put over 60% because I think once the facts are known and once the tide begins to flow our way it will reach a tipping point which will surge into the low to mid 70s as we move through 2014.

The feelgood factor generated by the Ryder Cup, Commonwealth Games and the 2nd Homecoming linked to Bannockburn will help to keep the Home Fires burning.
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What's the chances 9 years 9 months ago #18

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I also put over 60%.
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What's the chances 9 years 9 months ago #22

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Snap. :)

Like VI and A.S. I have also voted for over 60%. ;)

I agree with VI's reasoning but I would also like to add that we already have a significant size of voters who will I think when the time comes vote YES. I am of course talking about the 40% or so of voters who, according to the polls the unionists like to throw in our face, wanted Devo whatever. The very fact the Cameron has DENIED these voters their favoured choice then I believe that the vast majority will vote YES in 2014. :cheer:

I believe that the majority of Devo whatever supporters will come over to the YES camp because they can see that although they do not necessarily want FULL Independence they definitely do NOT want the status quo. :sick:

The promise from the unionists of "jam tomorrow" will just not work this time round. They tried this in 1979 under Thatcher and we all know what happened when we bewlieved the lies she told about "jam tomorrow", we're still waiting for that jam to appear. :whistle:
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What's the chances 9 years 9 months ago #26

Agreed Arb 1320. The vast majority of the Devo Max supporters will prefer to vote YES than stick with the totally discredited status quo.
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What's the chances 9 years 9 months ago #28

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I think that the "barred" Devo voters are who will turn out to be the YES campaigns REAL secret weapon. :)

Ever since we have had the slightest indication of a referendum all we have ever had from the BBC and MSM is that there is only 30%, or whatever fancy figure they can think of, of voters who will vote YES while there are 45% or whatever who will vote NO. :huh:

Unfortunately all these so called reporters are quite obviously incapable of doing the simplest of arithmetic. 30 plus 45 equals 75. Therefore there are 25% still to decide. As we all know this 25% will be the Devo vote. Now that they no longer have an option to vote for Devo they will most likely vote yes. Now I wonder, what will 30 plus 25 make...... oh that's right 55%. Best we don't tell the BBC or MSM, there might be a sudden increase in unionist journalistic suicides. :silly:

Now that we definititely know there will only be the one question I am certain that all polls based around referendum voting intentions will slowly but surely start to show a definite move towards initially the 50% mark. :cheer:

I think it is only now that the one question referendum has been agreed that the unionists may start to slowly waken up to the biggest political blunder in British political history. :silly:
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