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for each poll that i have posted and that my friends have posted, there is always at least one negative vote that the person doesn't post for.
for an example, bob made a poll wondering if his profile was good. he put i really hate it as an option because he knows everyone has their own opinion. so two seconds later, there is 1 or two votes that say:i really hate it. and nobody said that they voted that in there post.
i can understand honesty for voting, but voting negative and not posting or anything makes me wonder.
It's always the right thing to be honest, but if someone says they dont really like something, they may not want to tell the person in a post. If you can't say something nice, don't say anything at all. I know some people struggle with how they put things down when they have something negative to say, so they just don't say it at all.
Not everyone posts after they vote on a poll - and my opinion - I think that's perfectly fine.
They may have not wanted to post saying that they hated it, because they didn't want to go that far, in actually SAYING it and knowing who they are. Maybe they thought that would be embarassing.
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