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janx Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Sep-14-03 02:35 PM
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7. I don't know, but it's true. The people who participate in online
polls tend to be more aware politically, or at least concerned enough to get online, click a link, and vote.

It really does provide a contrast to the traditional, published polls.

But look at it this way, too: the online polls involve, for the most part, many more people than the traditional ones. A big traditional poll involves what, a little over a thousand people? Sometimes fewer?

Am I right about this?

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