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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?
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    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
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    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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