SCOTLAND’S voters have turned out in huge numbers to decide the country’s future.
Early figures reveal record numbers at polling stations – with an average total of around 85 per cent.
The lowest confirmed turnout was in the Yes heartland of Dundee, where 78.8 per cent of voters have had their say.
The highest so far is East Renfrewshire with 90.4 per cent.
West Lothian has seen a turnout of 86.2 per cent and East Lothian 87.6 per cent.