New Scottish polls suggest slight lead for 'No' camp

'No' vote posters in a window in Edinburgh, on September 13, 2014The campaign for Scotland to stay in the United Kingdom has taken the lead, according to two new opinion polls published Saturday, although a third has the pro-independence camp maintaining its shock lead. With just five days until voters go to the polls, 93 percent of 1,004 respondents questioned by telephone between Wednesday and Friday said they were certain to vote. “This poll suggests that ‘No’ are in the lead but that the race is far from over,” said Blair McDougall, campaign director of the “Better Together” campaign.

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