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Discussion in 'Forum for Polls' started by Salty, Jan 17, 2009.
Would you vote (in BB polls) if you vote was made public?
I said it depends on the question - but everyone knows that! :laugh:
It depends on the question. If you asked something fluffy, I wouldn't mind. If you asked something emotional, I might mind.
Depends on the question, something personal, or like spinach said emotional I wouldn't.
I already thought people could see how we voted, so I guess it doesn't make much difference to me, unless the question was too personal.
Well since this poll is public, everyone that votes, even if they vote no, is voting yes by their actions....
I love the irony Salty.. How long did it take for you to think this one up? Saggy couldn't have done better!
The poll is biased. Those who would not vote when the votes are public can't vote in this one.
Is this a trick question?
I didn't vote in the poll, but with my post. Does that mean I win? :tongue3:
I'll give an example of where someone may not want their vote known---start a poll that asks "Did you fall asleep in church today?"
"No!" for you, and "Yes!" to the second question.
(I always try and attend all our church services, whenever possible. :thumbsup:
At my age and after two surgeries, I need my sleep! :sleep: )
I once told a pastor that if he would preach longer I could get more sleep :sleeping_2: :sleep:
Now I am an Associate Pastor. I have not fallen asleep in the pulpit . . . . yet. raying:
Thank you for the complement!
I say fire away at me. Ask me any question. I'll answer & won't back down. I'm better at answering the questions on issues that I am knowledgeable or passionate about. I want people to know where I stand.
A person's vote here is not public-- at least now to me, now. Was that somehow changed?
Originally, one could see who voted which way.
I just clicked on "View Poll Results" and could see who voted for what.
I could see who voted for what before I voted in the poll, but after I voted that info disappeared.