Scottish voters watching TV referendum debate
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Scottish independence TV debate: What voters thought

Scotland's First Minister Alex Salmond and Better Together head Alistair Darling have clashed in their final TV debate ahead of the referendum.

Oil revenues, currency and the future of nuclear weapons were among the subjects of a heated discussion.

Among those watching was a group of nine in Aberdeen, comprising three pro-union, three pro-independence and three undecided voters.

The BBC's James Cook asked them for their reactions.

  • 25 Aug 2014
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