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Old 10-06-2012, 01:15 PM   #161
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Thanks for putting so much thought into this sun surfer. That and the additional effort to write it all out in a logical manner. I do like the idea of opening all current categories to reconsideration, no reason that just classics should be questioned. A definite endorsement of a strictly yes/no vote with none of this “I don't care” or “Maybe.” In a month we [of voting age] here in the US will be electing a president for the next four years. People will be presented with the choice of Romney/Republican, Obama/Democrat, and a number of other candidates from minor political parties to vote for. When the votes are tallied a vote for Romney will be a vote for Romney, at vote for Obama will be a vote for Obama, and a vote for anyone else (even a possible write in) will not count towards either Romney or Obama.

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Originally Posted by Nyssa View Post
For Group "A" couldn't we just do a multi-option poll instead of 12 separate polls?
I'm not sure multiple yes/no polls can be combined into a single multi-option poll.
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