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Global-View.com Poll Results on the Scottish Independence Referendum
An informal poll conducted by Global-View.com on the upcoming Scottish referendum was conducted on September 9-10 with members of its trading community. The goal was to gauge sentiment for how forex traders viewed the likely outcome of the Scottish vote. The question asked was the following:
Will the Scots vote YES (for independence) or NO (status quo)?
The poll showed that 53% were looking for a YES outcome and 47% expected the result to be NO. This is well within a margin of error and reflects an outcome that is still too close to call.
Sentiment could have been influenced by weakness in sterling, which has accelerated its move to the downside after a weekend poll showed the YES camp had moved slightly into the lead. With one week to go, expect a rollercoaster ride in sterling depending on what the latest polls show.
For up-to-date information on sterling and breaking news on Scotland that affects then markets, visit the Global-View.com Forex Forum
Jay Meisler co-founder
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