And some are even questioning if the margin is big enough.
And moaning that some Cities voted 'Yes'.
Err, am I missing something?
I can really imagine if the boot were on the other foot and the 'yes' camp had won, how they'd be questioning if the differential was big enough and saying that they couldn't just go independent, as there was a minority that had voted not to.
And that some Cities had voted 'No'.
In a majority vote, a single vote is just that; a majority.
They could always just go down the route of the corrupt E.E.C. (for E.E.C. read: gravy train) and just keep voting until they get the answer they want.