The polls in the Scottish independence referendum have closed and ballots will now be counted. A Yes vote in the historic ballot would see the 307-year-old union between Scotland and the rest of the UK brought to an end.
The turnout for the Scottish referendum in Renfrewshire is 87%.
The Lib Dem MP for North East Fife said it was "courageous" of YouGov to have already predicted a No vote as it was "the final vote that counts".
He told ITV News: "Predictions of course have gone very badly in the past. In 1992 everyone thought that Neil Kinnock was going into No.10 Downing Street and, low and behold, it was John Major at the end of the night."
Almost 90 percent of the 39,972-strong electorate in Clackmannanshire have turned out to vote in the referendum.
ITV News' Deputy Political Editor Chris Ship reports:
The latest statistics show that seven million referendum-related tweets have been sent since early August.
They also show that the Yes campaign has been dominant in the Twitter debate.
- 7m referendum-related tweets sent since 5th August
- A fifth of these have been sent in the past 48 hours
- 1.55 million tweets have used hastags related to Yes Scotland campaign
- 500,000 tweets have used Better Together hashtags.
- In the past 48 hours, there have been 378,000 mentions of 'Yes' hashtags, and 138,000 mentions of No hashtags
Alex Salmond has hailed the Scottish referendum as a "remarkable day", adding that Scotland's "future truly is in Scotland's hands".
The Scottish Secretary has told ITV News he is experiencing a "tremendous mix of emotions" ahead of the result of the independence referendum.
Alistair Carmichael told ITV News' Debi Edward: "Like everyone else who has been part of this, there's mixture of nerves, apprehension and excitement."
Mr Carmichael added that the level of public engagement in politics was a positive result of a "fractious and even a poisonous" two-year debate.
Alistair Carmichael MSP, from the Better Together campaign, has said that whatever the result of the referendum, both sides must take steps to "heal the wounds" of the last few weeks. He told STV: