The poll in the side-bar is presently showing that 37% of Gurnites who have voted would favour Scotland joining the Eurozone. That's not bad when you consider the Eurozone might not be around, in the form we know it today, for much longer. Robert Peston on the BBC site perhaps explains it in a way that ordinary punters can understand. The difficulties seem insurmountable. Perhaps an independent Scotland would one day seek to join what's left of the Eurozone at some time in the future should the seemingly inevitable happen in the meantime?