Can someone explain to me a little bit about the geopolitics and demographic politics of Scotland regarding this referendum.
Is independence more popular in the cities, country, with younger, older, more educated, less educated, north, south, etc?
Independence is most popular with the 35-55 age group, folowed by youngs and most unpopular with 55+.
Men are more likely to support independence than women, but the gender gap has been closing somewhat.
Working class and lower middle class (E, D, C2 in the British statistical classification) are more supportive of independence than more affluent people (A, B, C1), but they also have more undecideds.
The areas in the south along the border and Edinburgh + Shetland/Orkney are anti-independence, the east and north-east are generally pro-independence, while Glasgow is a key battleground area.
See this for the 4 big cities: http://www.theguardian.com/news/datablog/2014/sep/10/scottish-independence-the-key-referendum-battlegrounds
Gully posted this earlier in the thread:
It has some quirks, like Western Isles being likely anti-independece, but it should give you a general idea.