No voters voice their concerns

The Extra’s Nuala Naughton spent renferendum day visitng southside polling stations.

Click play to hear why these southside voters said a “resounding No” to independence.

Pro-independence and pro-union literature surrounds a polling station in the south of Edinburgh, Scotland, on September 18, 2014, during a referendum on Scottish independence. Scotland began voting Thursday on whether to become independent from Britain in a referendum which has electrified the nation, dominating debate in homes and pubs from Edinburgh to the Highlands.  AFP PHOTO / LESLEY MARTINLESLEY MARTIN/AFP/Getty Images

Pro-independence and pro-union literature surrounds a polling station in the south of Edinburgh, Scotland, on September 18, 2014, during a referendum on Scottish independence. Scotland began voting Thursday on whether to become independent from Britain in a referendum which has electrified the nation, dominating debate in homes and pubs from Edinburgh to the Highlands. AFP PHOTO / LESLEY MARTINLESLEY MARTIN/AFP/Getty Images