Because of maths mate...we are spending more than we can raise taxes whilst be subsidised from the UK...you are looking at a £10 billion black hole which means less spend on public services and tax rises.
Not all who voted in no in 2014 are ant-indy, we simply look at the economics, look at all the facts, look at experts who have commented on the economics from all round the world and being indy means a lot of economic hardships and the loss of such services as free eyecasre, free tuition fees, free prescriptions.
Add in the SNP's horrendous track record of what they have done with devolved powers since 2007 and realize if we voted indy we are a one party state then trusting a government who has failed miserably with even more power is just not common sense.
Then look at the mass amount of infrastructure required to be indy and where is that money coming from when we are billions of income down already?
It's the economy mate, we cannot sustain our current level of spending, something will have to give and it will be worse off for the next generation.
Thus, as far as economy goes better together.
SNP, the Scottish government cannot answer where that £10 billion gap is going to get plugged. THe SNP's Growth Commission report admitted the deficit but then said it "would grow the economy to cope"...when asked how they would do that the answer is "do not know".
It's the unionists who are simply responding to the utter crap the nats are saying, most of the 54% want indy without a care in the world how it affects our economy or public services.
The nats cannot tell us who we are going to fund our economy whilst indy, all they do is deflect away from figures like the GERS attacking the source...when ironically the SNP were using GERS in 2011 to get their indy1ref vote through when oil was $120 a barrel and the figures looked good.
I'm not against indy, I'm against crippling the future generation and handing Scotland to an utterly nationalistic, divisive and woeful party.