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Video: Largs residents on Scottish independence referendum

VIDEO: The residents of Largs give their thoughts on the referendum campaign, with around half of those polled saying they feel informed on the debate and the remaining respondents feeling uninformed.

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For some, the Scottish referendum campaign has gone on too long already, but other potential voters still think they need more information ahead of 18 September.
Adam Fleming took the Daily Politics mood box - an unscientific test with plastic balls - to see if residents and visitors in Largs, in North Ayrshire, are ready to vote or need the two sides to come up with more details.

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