Once upon a time (March 1979), there was a vote in Scotland on devolution.
The result was Yes: 1,230,937; No: 1,153,502. Very close? No. All the people on the electoral roll who didn't vote (36.37%) were counted as No voters. Can we make sure the next vote is a straight Yes/No, and that the majority of votes cast wins the day?
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