John Curtice: Can Scotland and the rest of the UK get along?
ANALYSIS: Polling expert Professor John Curtice looks at the results of the British social attitudes survey.
Scottish citizenship, the prospect of further devolution and the future of the Trident nuclear missile system all provide differences of opinion between those north and south of the border.
Whatever the outcome of the referendum in September, Scotland and the rest of the UK are going to have to find ways of getting along. In the event of a Yes vote, then as envisaged by the SNP at least, an independent Scotland would continue to share a number of institutions with the rest of the UK.
Meanwhile, should Scotland vote No all three unionist parties envisage that it would be followed by more devolution, especially in respect of power and responsibility for income tax.