Our audience of over 330k active Scottish tweeters had been tweeting at an extraordinary rate over the past few months. We took a look at what was happening in the Scottish Twittersphere in the final 24 hours before voting begins.
Influencers Inspire with Top Tweets
We took a look at the top tweets in our PiQ alerts from the last 24 hours as well and once again, it was the loud ‘Yeses’ that were making the most noise. And a few from South of the border too!
1. Andy Murray had his views swayed by the negativity of the ‘No’ campaign
Huge day for Scotland today! no campaign negativity last few days totally swayed my view on it. excited to see the outcome. lets do this!
— Andy Murray (@andy_murray) September 18, 2014
2. Limmy won’t be content with a narrow victory
3. Greg Hemphill paints the scene this morning
The door's open, the bags are packed, Westminister is sitting there in a string vest, mumbling drunken promises. Don't look back Scotland.
— Greg Hemphill (@greghemphill69) September 17, 2014
4. Frankie Boyle on ‘the ugly side of politics’
I'm in a minority but I think the ugly side of politics is not when people heckle politicians, but when politicians ruin people's lives
— Frankie Boyle (@frankieboyle) September 17, 2014
5. Armando Iannucci doesn’t take sides, but he has enjoyed watching events unfold on Twitter
Scotland. Get a good night's sleep. YES or NO, you've transformed politics with passion, intelligence, argument and wit. #indyref
— Armando Iannucci (@Aiannucci) September 17, 2014
6. Nicola Sturgeon didn’t waste time this morning
— Nicola Sturgeon (@NicolaSturgeon) September 18, 2014
7. Kevin Bridges has a message for Cameron
You must be bealin ma man? @David_Cameron
— Kevin Bridges (@kevinbridges86) September 17, 2014
8. Simon Pegg offers his support
Thinking of you Scotland. Give it all you've got.
— Simon Pegg (@simonpegg) September 18, 2014
9. As does a famous Welsh voice
Go on Scotland……. Do it!!!!!!!
— Charlotte Church (@charlottechurch) September 17, 2014
10. And Johnny Marr wants to see this go even further
Good luck to Scotland for the Yes referendum. It could be incredible. Then we can have Independance for Manchester, then Leeds, Hull etc…
— Johnny Marr (@Johnny_Marr) September 17, 2014
The top hashtags were all referendum related and right to the end, the Yes campaigns slogans dominate Scots’ timelines…
Did the Scots talk about anything else in the last day?
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