I have never voted along party lines.
Many years ago I generally favored Republicans.
The Republican Party has since changed as have
the Democrats. So have I, but far less so.
At one time I actually believed that Nixon was not
I think more than three got it. But it seems pretty meaningless as a
question, since no matter what the poll shows, things won't change. In
a way, it reminds me of the flights of fancy that some people get up
to in DPReview when asked what they'd like to see in their next
digital single reflex camera. When the list exceeds a probability of a
$10,000 retail cost, the last demand is usually something like, "a
price under $1,000 or I won't consider it."
I'm sure more than three people got it. The problem is the question
itself. Just like a great deal polling these days, a simple answer to
certain questions can be readily (and often deliberately) misconstrued as
indicative of trends and moods that are not necessarily reflective of the
intent of the person being polled. Those purported trends and moods are
then used to influence public opinion rather than measure it. I believe a
number of people who responded to your question were wanting to put their
answers into the proper context to assure that their answers would not be
misconstrued. i.e., for some questions, there is no such thing as a simple
yes or no answer.
If you're going to be dumb, you better be tough
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