The latest polls show that the No vote is in the lead by four points, but when IBTimes UK took to the streets of Glasgow the loudest voice amongst the locals said Yes.
So why is this?
During our time in Scotland the streets have been awash with Yes campaigners taking part in marches and rallies, but the Better Together champions are nowhere to be seen.
Of all the Glaswegians we spoke to on record, all but two said they were voting Yes - mainly because - I quote - they hate the Tories and they don't believe that the current government would deliver on change or more devolved power if Scotland wasn't independent.
So where are these No votes?