The social media campaign winner was the Yes campaign but that did not translate into votes.
Social media however was used by some for abuse.
Thursday as tempers frayed Scottish global tennis star Andy Murray tweeted he had decided in the 11th hour to vote for Independence. The negativity of the No campaign swayed him.
Murray reportedly received vile hate abuse online following his Yes tweet.
Murray who hails from Dunblane, a Scottish town associated with mass murder, received shocking abuse.
BBC News reported Thursday "Some users of the site sent him hate messages, with one referring to the Dunblane massacre in 1996. Murray was a pupil at Dunblane Primary school when gunman Thomas Hamilton shot 16 children and their teacher".
Scotland Yard detectives described the twitter abuse as 'vile'. UK police have reminded social media users that they will take action against users who post inappropriate or abusive comments.
It is a shame both sides of the campaign had cause to complain about abuse.
The Union holds, by the choice of the majority in Scotland - time to put grudges aside and work as one.
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