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Question about membership activity

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24 members have voted

  1. 1. Do you vote in polls

    • Yes
      21
    • No
      3
  2. 2. Do you think that polls are effective

    • Yes
      13
    • No
      11


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Guest Saganuay82

Seeing the poll below me is dying at 18 votes, we'll try another.

 

EDIT: Comments are welcome. Especially if you vote No and No.

Edited by Saganuay82

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Guest Saganuay82

I guess most people must be voicing choice #2 of question 1. That or they only go to their own forum of interest in here and never go to The Pub.

 

So 48 views and 7 people bothered to vote. Thats out of over 9000 members. Funny

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Saganuay82, not all 9000 users visit here every day...

or even sometimes use the forums...

 

don't expect 9000 votes ^_^

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Well...since you'd have to vote in a poll to vote NO on the first question that kinda eliminates the NO votes, no? So a non vote could be construed as the equivalent of a NO vote because even if you voted NO you would be voting and a NO vote would really be a YES vote. So with 76 views and 9 votes I would interpret the data as 9 YES/67 NO on Question #1. Question #2 only applies to those who voted YES...or NO. Mmkay? :grin:

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Saganuay82, not all 9000 users visit here every day...

 

Uh...there's 19,000+ Goin on 20K Members.

 

And...I agree with Tailspin.

 

I don't generally vote in polls unless the choices are clear and decisive. For instance Jet Thunder has a poll labeled "WHAT DO YOU WANT MORE OF?" It's a descent poll, but it honestly has one choice that everyone should be answering IMHO. Multiplayer, Mod-Ability, Graphics, and one of them says FUN IN THE GAME. Well, everyone that plays flights sims does so for enjoyment. Also, everyone will get a different enjoyment out of different aspects. Modders will get enjoyment from a game that has the ability to mod it. Guys like myself will get enjoyment from Multiplayer. So the poll can be a little skewed if decisive questions are not asked....just like your poll.

 

But I did vote...just for you.

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Guest Saganuay82

19000 even worse.

 

Glad ya voted and this poll came out of another conversation last night.

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No, you need to get off the coffee.

 

I've been on this green tea binge lately...but you can't beat a good beer buzz in the morning. :type:

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Well...since you'd have to vote in a poll to vote NO on the first question that kinda eliminates the NO votes, no? So a non vote could be construed as the equivalent of a NO vote because even if you voted NO you would be voting and a NO vote would really be a YES vote. So with 76 views and 9 votes I would interpret the data as 9 YES/67 NO on Question #1. Question #2 only applies to those who voted YES...or NO. Mmkay? :grin:

 

Oh no....I've gone cross eyed........

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LOL! Good one Tailspin... :good:

 

Polls have an obvious purpose. But while most may not use them, the responses you do get are probably pretty correct taken percentage wise, hence, still relevant.

Edited by pcpilot

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I don't vote in a lot of polls-but-if I think it is a significant topic, I will. Last serious one I voted in was when TK was surveying 3d Wire forums as to what era they wanted for his next sim-I voted and commented for WW1 and we got First Eagles, Yea!!

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