Above, where the English-born electorate lives in Scotland. In some parts, up to a third of the voters are English-born. Given their likely older age profile and the higher turnout in the elderly, they may account for more that a third of those who vote.
Here are the results:
If you remove, I’m not saying you should (!), the one-third, the results flip over into a Yes majority and produce a strong Yes majority across the country.
There’s a clear lesson there for Yes campaign messaging in these areas, to win English-born and older voters over. Agree that they had legitimate reasons to vote No in 2014, but show how much things have changed and how the UK they wanted to preserve in 2014, is no longer there.