"Yes" campaign supporter waves a flag outside Usher Hall ahead of the "A Night for Scotland" concert in Edinburgh, Scotland September 14, 2014. (AFP/Leon Neal)
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Campaigners for and against Scottish independence scrambled to win over voters Wednesday on the final day of campaigning as fresh opinion polls suggested a very slight majority for the "No".Britain's three main political parties have promised greater powers for the Scottish government in the event of a "No" vote.All three polls published in newspapers Sunday showed that support for independence had increased, but that when undecided voters were excluded, independence was set to be rejected by 52 percent to 48 percent.The ICM poll for The Scotsman newspaper said "No" support was ahead on 45 percent to 41 percent, with 14 percent of voters still undecided. Jenkins said it would be a "knife-edge vote".Nearly 4.3 million people have registered -- around 97 percent of eligible voters -- and the result is to be announced in the early morning.
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