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Re: The new automated poll-producing code...

by agentv (Friar)
on Nov 20, 2002 at 20:59 UTC ( #214623=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to The new automated poll-producing code...

"Wants to date my sister" enjoys 2 percentage point lead

Garlic Leaf staff writer Biff Johnson - Surprise front-runner answer to automated poll pulls away to a 2 point lead in today's cleverly worded poll question. The question, "The new automated poll-producing code..." offered several interesting responses including the front-runner, as well as "works" and "sucks."

The runaway popular choice, "Wants to date my sister" polled at 21% and the next most popular choice, "works" came in at 19%.

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Shouldn't those be combined?

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