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Scottish independence: Campaigns reach out to voters

There are fewer than 200 days to go until the independence referendum in Scotland and the race for votes is well underway.

According to the Electoral Commission half of all voters in Scotland stayed at home during the last election in 2011 and a further 10% of people have yet to register to vote.

Campaigners on the Yes and No sides have been using different tactics to reach out to people who either do not vote or have not yet decided.

BBC Scotland's referendum correspondent Laura Bicker has been to see both sides at work in the search for the so called "'missing millions".

Campaigners are in communities knocking on doors urging them to fill in the registration documents and vote on 18 September.

  • 04 Mar 2014