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I think it's okay because then the person who made the poll can see if that topic is popular. I do that so that I can get posts and then sometimes I Google the topic. I think it's okay and is a win win situation for everyone .
Posting that you don't know the answer to something, is fine. it's not against any of our rules. And it does tell you something... perhaps that the subject of your poll is not widely known to all, or that your question is puzzling other members too, since they don't know the answer.
Sorry I think everyone has the right to vote. If you don't know what it is you can vote other because that is an option that fits it. I don't think it is fair if someone can't vote on a poll everyone is able to.
Well, it gives the original poster some feedback. To me, if I started a thread like that, I wouldn't find it annoying at all. It's just that the person just doesn't know what it is, and there is nothing wrong with them telling you that.
Originally Posted by Desty
I see what you're saying. I guess I'd rather have people post on my poll, then have it ignored and pushed to the 2nd page. Even if their response is I've never seen those shows. (or whatever) There's probably a nice way to say it though, so it doesn't sound meaningless or rude.
Originally Posted by karenpd
I'm so guilty of what your saying.
Also: If people make a poll they could take off the "Other" button. I look at that is... anything Other than what is listed. So"I don't know what that is, sorry" or "I don't like that food, sorry" Means Other to me.
I made a thread for "I had a idea for Ganz". Some people posted that they didn't like my idea but I appreciated them reading and commenting. Some people could look at it as "why comment at all if you disagree, it could be looked at as rude" but it kept me thread alive. So after all that, I think its nice to comment no matter what their reason is.
Guilty as charged. I do in fact vote on polls that I may not understand the topic of, but I like this option. It gives you more freedom. If you don't have this option, and perhaps not a lot of people know what the show is, then not alot of polls would be voted on, do you get what I'm saying?
I don't really mind, actually
As others have said, at least it sort of 'bumps' the thread, and if you put the 'Other' option in the poll, don't you expect people to say 'other'?
It's a survey/poll. If you don't give that option, it's not an accurate reading. If this really bothers you, prehaps you can put on the first post of your thread to only respond if you know what it is, but I think that would be going to extremes.
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