Visualizing the debate

This marks the launch of our infographic series, in which we'll cover a range of topics relevant to the debate. We begin with the key facts and figures regarding the campaign, and follow with an exploration of issues related to defence and independence. Rather than attempting to capture all aspects of the debate, they designed to provide an entry point for further research and discussion. You can learn more aobut the topics covered in these infographics by clicking through to the source page, following our blog posts, and exploring the research briefings published by our fellows. We hope you use them as a starting point for discussion with friends, family, and colleagues and share via social media. 

View the introductory infographic

View the defence and independence infographic

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Coree Brown Swan's picture
University of Edinburgh
14th March 2014
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