By Jonathan Davies

In less than 24 hours, the polling stations will be open and Scotland will be making the historic vote either in favour of independence or in favour of staying part of the UK.

Prime Minister David Cameron's spokesperson has previously said that'domestically there is nothing more important than the future of the UK and the future of Scotland'.

But do MPs think the same? Not according to social media.

Hotwire PR and Listening Post have spent the past 30 days tracking the Twitter accounts of 327 MPs. And it brings some interesting reading.

The research found that 42% (a majority) of MPs have tweeted more than three times about the referendum, which was classed as 'Yes' to the question 'Do MPs care about the Scottish referendum?'.

A quarter of MPs 'sort of' care about the referendum, sending between just 1 and 3 tweets about it in the last month. Perhaps most worryingly, 33% of the MPs whose Twitter accounts were tracked failed to send a single Tweet about the Scottish referendum.

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