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Chi Donating Member (921 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Jun-28-05 11:41 AM
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29. Not really the same as remembering who you voted for
Heya foo_bar (waves)

If I asked you...
A) Who did you vote for (President) 16 years ago
And
B) What did you eat for dinner 16 days ago

Which would be easier to answer.
Now consider the first question asked you to think back 365 times farther than the second.

That doesn't even take into consideration the guilt factor (every Catholic knows this tune),
nor the repetition factor (was that last Sunday, or the Sunday before I went).

Basically, I just don't see this poll as a good example.
IMHO


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