Thousands of teenagers will be eligible to vote next year for the first time after legislation was passed allowing 16 to 18 year olds to vote in the referendum.
The Scottish Government says it is important that they have a say on the future of the country, but what do they think about being given the vote? Jenny Longden has been finding out.
Watch her full report below.
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