I don't care and I don't want whatever trivial response I generate in the booth with my stubby pencil to cancel out the vote of someone who actually cares.
I can't care about something that seems to me to be an illusion. A question has been generated that simply can't be answered in a binary way, yet we are being asked to make a binary choice.
I feel like I am being manipulated. I feel like this is a pretence at democracy; this is lazy government. Most referenda are simply a manifestation of lazy government. "Let the people say, let the people say...." but it is a sham, and an horrific waste of money, and I wish to make a democratic response to this by not voting.
The actual outcome doesn't matter. It is what we do with the outcome that matters. What needs to happen is that the outcome acts to foster greater subsidiarity. It should be the beginning of the debate, it should act to develop a greater understanding by a greater number people of nationhood and government. However I am not optimistic or even enthusiastic. Indeed in this instance it will probably be the most economically ruinous outcome that works the greatest good!
hey ho, as Noel Coward once sang: Hooray! Hooray! suffering and dismay!
I'll leave the last words to a real Physicist.