A few days ago, we reported that Bing predicted on September 15th that the vote for Scotland’s independence would be a “No” with a 52.5% vote for No and a 47.5% vote for Yes.
The final results are now in, and it was a 55% vote for No, so Bing’s prediction was correct and very close to the percentage count.
If you go to Bing and search for [scottish referendum], Bing won’t be shy in telling you the result was 55% No and that Bing’s prediction on September 17th was a No vote with 51.3%. On September 15th, like we said, it was closer to 52.5% for a No vote.
Bing’s predictions have been mostly correct across reality TV shows, the NBA amateur draft and the World Cup. Now, Bing was correct with the Scottish Independence vote, which was very close.
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