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    Do you think that post-referendum there will be a split Scottish national identity? How will their identity work with so many of the population still wanting independence?

    I'm Scottish and I've noticed it's been quite hard for people. Some are angry with others for voting no/yes and it's caused some arguments between families and friends. However I don't think it's as bad as some people are making out. I'd say the yes voters are mostly trying to get on with things and make a difference to Scotland in other ways. There's no point splitting up Scotland now when it's over

    I don't think it's really a problem. Most of us feel Scottish, and most of us feel British too - even quite a few 'yes' voters have a British component to their identity. It's never really bothered us before and I don't think politics really matters to that.
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