Students vote against independence
21:25, Feb 21 2013
A mock referendum by university students has found almost two thirds against an independent Scotland.
Organisers of the Glasgow University poll said 63% voted No when asked the question: "Should Scotland be an independent country?"
The remaining 37% voted in favour of independence.
The university's Dialectic Society, which ran the mock vote, said 2,589 students voted, with eight spoiled ballots.
Polling took place throughout the day at three university sites.
The result was announced following a debate at the student union with Yes Scotland chief executive Blair Jenkins and Labour MSP Jackie Baillie.