After hearing the arguments at the Dundee and Angus College referendum debate a massive 83% of students backed independence, up from 60% beforehand. Just 11% of students backed the Union in the final vote.
We can do this. People are starting to see the obvious flaws in the No case. The realisation that, if you vote No, this is as good as it gets, and it's likely to get a hell of a lot worse, is really getting through to people who are interested enough to listen.
What are they offering instead of independence?
Well, we've had Ming Campbell's report which said pretty much nothing, far as we can ascertain, and can quite reasonably be ignored, because the Liberals aren't in a powerful position. Even when they held the balance of power and had the ability to deny David Cameron the prime minister's job, they folded their tents and buckled down to what the Tories said. Even their cherished PR went out the window to be replaced with something which Nick Clegg had previously disparaged.
We've had David Cameron's '...we will look at, but we promise nothing' proposals which, although the press made much of them, were in fact a series of empty words carefully designed to make the audience think that they had substance.
And finally, Car Crash Lamont's pathetic proposals to give Scotland limited power to make life worse for it's inhabitants, but not better, than the UK, because of her commitment to share our resources. Whoopee!
And in any case, all of these sets of proposals would have to be approved for inclusion in party manifestos (no easy task given the pressure being brought about in England by Ukip to abandon devolution altogether). Then they would have to be passed by the English dominated London parliament (insuring that nothing which made life better for Scots would be approved unless there was a quid pro quo which would improve English life) before they could become law.
The words "chance" and "fat" come to mind.