Baku – APA. Scotland was heading to a nail-biting finale in the vote on independence, the final survey of the two-and-a-half year referendum campaign suggested, The Independent reported.
The survey for Ipsos MORI, published by the London Evening Standard as voting was underway, put the No camp on 53 per cent and Yes on 47 per cent. With a margin of error of three per cent, that confirmed a series of recent polls showing the contest was finely balanced.
It also found that, despite the torrent of publicity from both camps, that four per cent of Scots who are certain to vote had still not made up their minds.