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A poll by daily Postimees taken among Estonians on the question of independence for Scotland from the United Kingdom gives the Yes camp a 2 percent lead.

The results, although ongoing with 3,415 having voted at last check, are a reversal of the latest polls published by BBC, which show the No vote leading by 5 percent.

Voting began at the Scottish independence referendum, with 97 percent of the electorate registering to vote. The over 2,500 polling stations will remain open until 22:00 UK time, with initial results expected early on Friday.



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