reply to post by PhotonEffect
Seems like most of the folks who answered this survey just picked the answer that reflected most negatively on Obama, which can be expected from a
conspiracy-minded group of people. Remember, this isn't just ATS members. In fact, one of the other surveys was MOSTLY non-ATS members. This one
doesn't break it down. Any moron with a computer can answer these polls.
I mean... think about it.
"Yeah, he's a nobody - he has no power"!
"Yeah! He's taking the country to ruin"!
How can someone with no power ruin the supposedly greatest country in the world? It's idiotic. There's no rationality here. No denial of
ignorance. No critical thought. This is like mashed overcooked carrots with no seasoning. Tasteless and useless.
Also, some of the questions have 2 or more questions in them. Look at number 3:
This appears to me to be 3 separate statements and I had a hard time answering it:
1. I don't care if Obama is a natural born citizen. 63% don't care if he's a citizen??? Only 21% CARE that he was born here?
2. There are aspects of his past he prefers to keep hidden. There are aspects of everyone's past they prefer to keep hidden.
3. These aspects may be worse than not being a natural born citizen.
1. I strongly disagree
2. I strongly agree
3. I disagree
I'm not ragging on the poll or the questions, I'm just saying that we can't take the responses so seriously! This isn't a scientific poll. I'm
taking these responses with a grain of salt because of these irregularities and the skewed audience. I don't think people should take these surveys
seriously. I believe the participants are probably largely the less-critical "conspiracy addicts" (those who instantly believe every conspiracy
without critical thought).
In my opinion, these surveys are for fun and that's it. Relax. In the scheme of things, 7000 people's opinions on a non-scientific poll really
doesn't mean anything.