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Poll-Taking Behavior

Poll #1362268 Poll-Taking Behavior

What do you do when none of the provided answers to a question are quite right?

Select the closest answer.
10(38.5%)
Select two or more answers that bracket the real answer (if possible).
4(15.4%)
Select the answer that gets you the result you want. ("None of these are what I'd do, so I'll pick the Ravenclaw / Captain Jack Sparrow / INTJ thing to do.")
2(7.7%)
Skip the question.
10(38.5%)
Contact the poll creator.
0(0.0%)

What do you do when a poll does not allow you to skip a question you'd like to skip?

Select a random answer.
4(15.4%)
Quit taking the poll.
22(84.6%)
Contact the poll creator.
0(0.0%)
I don't skip questions.
0(0.0%)

What do you do when a poll does not allow you to select multiple equally-correct answers to a question?

Select one at random.
9(39.1%)
Quit taking the poll.
11(47.8%)
Contact the poll creator.
0(0.0%)
I can always find one best answer.
3(13.0%)

When you take a poll with answers in the form "1. strongly agree 2. somewhat agree 3. neither agree nor disagree 4. somewhat disagree 5. strongly disagree", which numbers do you usually end up picking?

Mostly 1s and 5s.
0(0.0%)
Mostly 2s and 4s.
16(64.0%)
Mostly 3s.
3(12.0%)
Equally distributed.
1(4.0%)
I haven't noticed a pattern.
5(20.0%)
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