As someone who was in Scotland several times in the weeks leading up to the referendum I saw / heard:
- little in the way of anti-English sentiment, but a fair amount of anti-Westminster stuff;
- a lot of street-level engagement, with a great deal of political discussion, spontaneous demos, etc;
- groups of pro/anti supporters nodding to each other as they passed in the street while canvassing;
- a really nasty march in favour of the union involving members of Orange Lodges from Glasgow and NI;
- disillusionment with the media, especially the BBC (due to higher expectations), which from my limited time there seemed quite justifiable.
Personally I think the SNP made some significant mistakes with their media management, especially in terms of responding to attacks, and that the independence timetable was obviously unrealistic given the complexity of the task - maybe Salmond wanted to be sure he was still around to see it ?
As a PS, a friend of mine voted against independence as he runs a small company doing very nicely from contracts with EU companies that require no transmission of data outside of the EU. He is, of course, aware that this may have only won them a couple of years respite.