Poll Results

Should trans people have the same rights as cis people?

 

45 respondents, 33% (14) female, 67% (31) male, avg. age 21

A1 – Yes (68.9%)
A2 – No (13.3%)
A3 – Skipped (13.3%)
A4 – None of the above (4.4%)

Freeform responses

B1 – They should get help for their mental disorder

B2 – I’m really not sure

Why?

 

25 respondents, 36% (9) female, 64% (16) male, avg. age 21

Freeform responses

B1 – We’re human

B2 – Because they’re people? Who cares what they identify as?

B3 – They deserve the same rights as everyone else

B4 –  Trans or cis rights are rights

B5 – Because it’s a serious illness that should be fixed

B6 – They are still human no matter what

B7 – Because they’re still people

B8 – Because it’s still a person, a human

B9 – We should all be treated fairly and equally

B10 – Need more data

B11 – They think they deserve everything and try to be the center of attention

B12 – Because they’re people too?

B13 – Trans rights are just human rights

B14 – People are still people regardless of what gender they are or think they are

B15 – Trans are different

B16 – No one should have less rights based on their gender. That’s all being trans is, changing of natural gender

B17 – They are human, just like the rest of us

B18 – There is no difference in humans just because of a sex change. It would go hand in hand with race or sexuality

B19 – Because everyone is human

B20 – Identify as sex, not gender

B21 – We’re human too

B22 – They are people too

B23 – They’re still the same as everyone else

B24 – Because they’re people

Are you neurotypical?

 

8 respondents, 25% (2) female, 75% (6) male, avg. age 27

A1 – Unsure (75.0%)
A2 – Yes (Non-Autistic/neurodivergent (12.5%)
A3 – Skipped (12.5%)
A4 – No (Autistic) (0.0%)
A5 – No (Other Neurodivergent) (0.0%)
A6 – None of the above (0.0%)

Does using Mei help you communicate with people easier?

 

6 respondents, 33% (1) female, 67% (5) male, avg. age 27

A1 – Yes (83.3%)
A2 – No (16.7%)
A3 – None of the above (0.0%)
A4 – Skipped (0.0%)

Do you feel like Mei helps you understand neurotypical people better?

 

6 respondents, 33% (1) female, 67% (5) male, avg. age 27

A1 – Yes (33.3%)
A2 – Skipped (33.3%)
A3 – No (16.7%)
A4 – None of the above (16.7%)

Freeform responses

B1 – Don’t know

Studies show that procrastinations have increased motivation when nearing a deadline. Do you think procrastination boost productivity?

 

28 respondents, 21% (5) female, 79% (23) male, avg. age 25

A1 – No (50.0%)
A2 – Yes (39.3%)
A3 – Skipped (10.7%)
A4 – None of the above (0.0%)

 

Have you gotten Disney+ yet?

 

146 respondents, 34% (49) female, 66% (97) male, avg. age 24

A1 – No (74.7%)
A2 – Yes (21.2%)
A3 – None of the above (2.7%)
A4 – Skipped (1.4%)

Freeform responses

B1 – The only subscription I’m interested in is an VPN

B2 – I’m planning on it

B3 – Tried, was not working when I was registrering for it

B4 – All this talk of Disney+, does piracy not exist anymore???

If so, what show(s) have you started watching?

 

146 respondents, 34% (49) female, 66% (97) male, avg. age 24

Freeform responses

B1 – New Girl, Friends etc

B2 – Mandalorians

B3 – Lucifer

B4 – None yet

B5 – Call me Captain Jack Sparrow

B6 – A lot

B7 – Phineas and Ferb

B8 – I think Disney+ is a shit idea

B9 – Gravity falls

B10 – Star Wars the Clone Wars

B11 – Gargoyles and Recess

B12 – Star Wars

B13 – I’ve been watching Mandalorian, but it only has one episode. So far it’s really good

B14 – Mandalorian

B15 – Jeff Goldblum

B16 – About 15

B17 – Mandalorian and Rouge One

B18 – Star Wars and Marvel shows

B19 – I started watching a bunch of Disney movies I haven’t watched in forever.  I’m on Hole Alone right now

B20 – Gargoyles and Wizards of Waverly Place

B21 – Recess

B22 – Everything Disney

If not, are you planning to eventually or what’s stopping you?

 

146 respondents, 34% (49) female, 66% (97) male, avg. age 24

Freeform responses

B1 – Phone capacity is stopping me

B2 – Waiting for next paycheck

B3 – Not worth doing

B4 –  I’m planning to eventually

B5 – I have a friend who got it who is letting me watch Mandalorians with him

B6 – I’m planning to

B7 – Too expensive

B8 – I have Netflix, and just getting out my eyepatch to stream it is a better experience

B9 – Might get it, although I’m already on Netflix

B10 – Not planning to

B11 – Too many streaming services and it’s a bad platform. The widescreen crop for The Simpsons ruins some jokes

B12 – The fact that it’s a really bad idea to monopolies like that

B13 – Not interested

B14 – I know nothing about Disney+

B15 – Price

B16 – I’ll get it later this month

B17 – Pirating is cheaper

B18 – I will soon

B19 – Don’t want it

B20 – I’ll check it out

B21 – Money

B22 – No, I already use Netflix

B23 – First time hearing of it, I will have to go check it out

B24 – I’m broke af

B25 – Can’t afford it at the moment

B26 – Price

B27 – It’s not a priority

B28 – I would like to, but I’m like 17

B29 – Maybe at some point

B30 – No I don’t watch Disney

Have you watched Hazbin Hotel?

 

53 respondents, 18% (9) female, 82% (44) male, avg. age 28

A1 – I haven’t watched it yet (83.0%)
A2 – None of the above (11.3%)
A3 – I have (5.7%)
A4 – Skipped (0.0%)

Freeform responses

B1 – Haven’t seem it

B2 – Haven’t watched and no plans

B3 – What’s that?

B4 – No

B5 – Is this a millennial thing? Damn kids! Turn down that irritating rap hip-hop noise, and get off of my lawn! Dag-nabbit!

If you watched it do you like it?

 

53 respondents, 18% (9) female, 82% (44) male, avg. age 28

A1 – Didn’t watch it (71.7%)
A2 – No (9.4%)
A3 – Skipped (9.4%)
A4 – I love it (3.8%)
A5 – None of the above (3.8%)
A6 – Yes (1.9%)
A7 – I hate it (0.0%)

Freeform responses

B1 – Who is this? What is this: magic or evil spirit?

B2 – Hazbin was ok but I felt it was disappointing

Have you heard of anime?

 

34 respondents, 14% (4) female, 86% (30) male, avg. age 24

A1 – Yes (88.2%)
A2 – It sounds familiar (8.8%)
A3 – Skipped (2.9%)
A4 – No (0.0%)
A5 – None of the above (0.0%)

Do you watch anime?

 

30 respondents, 13% (3) female, 87% (27) male, avg. age 25

A1 – Yes (63.3%)
A2 – No (36.7%)
A3 – None of the above (0.0%)
A4 – Skipped (0.0%)

What is your favorite anime?

 

17 respondents, 17% (2) female, 83% (15) male, avg. age 24

Freeform responses

B1 – Fullmetal Alchemist Brootherhood, Yokka No Yusha, Noragami, Gate and Durarara are good

B2 – Full Metal Alchemist

B3 – Tokyo Ghoul

B4 – Kill la kill

B5 – Dragon Ball GT

B6 – One piece

B7 – Code Geass

B8 – SAO

B9 – Dragon Ball Z

B10 – Code Gueass

B11 – Either Magi or Attach on Titan

B12 – Boku No Pico

B13 – Full metal alchemist. But lately I’ve been watching SAO, don’t judge me

B14 – The Devil has a part-time job

 

If your student required special service from his/her school, and you felt the school was not meeting the needs, how much would you pay for help?

 

59 respondents, 56% (33) female, 44% (26) male, avg. age 33

A1 – None of the above (25.4%)
A2 – Up to $1000 (18.6%)
A3 – Up to $100 (13.6%)
A4 – More than $3000 (13.6%)
A5 – Skipped (13.6%)
A6 – Up to $200 (8.5%)
A7 – Up to $500 (6.8%)
A8 – Up to $1500 (0.0%)
A9 – Up to $2000 (0.0%)
A10 – Up tp $3000 (0.0%)

Freeform responses

B1 – Unless my child was included in needed classes

B2 – What’s iep?

B3 – The city gives away services for that. There’s laws to help out

B4 – The answer isn’t how much one should pay. More like how much one would give. Is more accurately stated.

B5 – ADA bitches

B6 – Anything I could afford

B7 – I’ve actually been able to force schools to do the right thing and provide services whether they wanted to or not. They’re required to by law, and they’re already receiving full payment via my tax dollars, and will continue to provide the services my child needs!

B8 – It should be offered through a volunteering program

B9 – Whatever I could do or whatever it took

B10 – I’d find a better school

B11 – Whatever it will take. After exhausting the school system

B12 – I would change his/her school

B13 – I’d keep going to the school until they were meeting my child’s needs

B14 – Wft? Hold the school accountable for their failure to provide services required. If we don’t speak up nothing changes.

What is your household income?

 

58 respondents, 56% (32) female, 44% (26) male, avg. age 33

A1 – 0-$25000 (43.1%)
A2 – $25,000-$50,000 (15.5%)
A3 – Skipped (15.5%)
A4 – $75,000-$100,000 (12.1%)
A5 – $50,000-$75,000 (8.6%)
A6 – $150,000+ (3.4%)
A7 – $100,000-$150,000 (1.7%)
A8 – None of the above (0.0%)

Do you have child/ren at or near school age?

 

58 respondents, 56% (32) female, 44% (26) male, avg. age 33

A1 – Yes (60.3%)
A2 – No (29.3%)
A3 – Roy Cooper (D) (14.3%)
A4 – Skipped (8.6%)
A5 – None of the above (1.7%)

Freeform responses

B1 – No kids

Who do you trust the most?

 

12 respondents, 41% (4) female, 59% (8) male, avg. age 21

A1 – My best friend (25.0%)
A2 – Nobody except myself (25.0%)
A3 – My significant other (16.7%)
A4 – Parents (16.7%)
A5 – Other (8.3%)
A6 – None of the above (8.3%)
A7 – Siblings (0.0%)
A8 – Skipped (0.0%)

Freeform responses

B1 – I don’t trust anyone completely

If you go into a relationship knowing someone is a damn near pathological liar, and they are trying to work on that, can you ever trust them?

 

104 respondents, 0% (0) female, 100% (104) male, avg. age 29

A1 – No (38.5%)
A2 – Only if you go to therapy with them for it (27.9%)
A3 – Yes (26.9%)
A4 – None of the above (4.8%)
A5 – Skipped (1.9%)

Freeform responses

B1 – You need to know the reasons behind why they are trying to get better. Is it just another lie to convince you they are working on it? What matters is their morals and conscious. You are making a dangerous decision to spend a long time with a manipulative person who could lash out and wreck your future. If you are hesitant now then you already know they are not the one.

B2 – Only with actual physical proof of growth and progress would I even consider. I would have to see some great strides and plenty of genuine moments of honesty, whether good or bad.

B3 – To a certain extent

B4 – Maybe, if they are working on it. But be careful

B5 – From experience no. You will end up getting fucked over in the end. They don’t change they just evolve.

 

Caught my girlfriend hanging with an old hook up. She claims they only kissed, how likely is it they hooked up and had sex?

 

7 respondents, 42% (2) female, 58% (5) male, avg. age 26

A1 – Probably had sex (71.4%)
A2 – Just kissed (14.3%)
A3 – Skipped (14.3%)
A4 – None of the above (0.0%)

If you were to vote tomorrow for governor in North Carolina, who would you choose?

 

49 respondents, 38% (18) female, 62% (31) male, avg. age 28

A1 – I don’t know (26.5%)
A2 – I don’t live in North Carolina (20.4%)
A3 – Roy Cooper (D) (14.3%)
A4 – None of the above (12.2%)
A5 – Dan Forest (R) (10.2%)
A6 – Skipped (10.2%)
A7 – Holly Grange (R) (6.1%)

Freeform responses

B1 – The people here have been so wretched and rude that I only plan on leaving.

B2 – Don’t vote

B3 – Ron Paul

B4 – I don’t know anything about the candidates

B5 – Bernie Sanders

Had you heard of Dan Forest before this poll?

 

49 respondents, 38% (18) female, 62% (31) male, avg. age 28

A1 – No (67.3%)
A2 – Yes (20.4%)
A3 – Skipped (10.2%)
A4 – None of the above (2.0%)

Freeform responses

B1 – Never heard

Had you heard of Holly Grange before this poll?

 

49 respondents, 38% (18) female, 62% (31) male, avg. age 28

A1 – No (69.4%)
A2 – Yes (20.4%)
A3 – Skipped (10.2%)
A4 – None of the above (0.0%)

Had you heard of Roy Cooper before this poll?

 

49 respondents, 38% (18) female, 62% (31) male, avg. age 28

A1 – No (49.0%)
A2 – Yes (40.8%)
A3 – Skipped (10.2%)
A4 – None of the above (0.0%)

If you were to vote tomorrow for governor of Washington, who would you choose?

 

61 respondents, 40% (24) female, 60% (37) male, avg. age 29

A1 – I don’t know (41.0%)
A2 – I don’t live in Washington State (19.7%)
A3 – Jay Inslee (D) (14.8%)
A4 – Skipped (11.5%)
A5 – None of the above (4.9%)
A6 – Anton Sakharov (R) (3.3%)
A7 – Gene Hart (D) (3.3%)
A8 – Loren Culp (R) (1.6%)

Freeform responses

B1 – I’m a Texas resident

B2 – Courtney Love

B3 – Idk

Had you heard of Anton Sakharov before this poll?

 

61 respondents, 40% (24) female, 60% (37) male, avg. age 29

A1 – No (85.2%)
A2 – Skipped (9.8%)
A3 – Yes (4.9%)
A4 – None of the above (0.0%)

Had you heard of Gene Hart before this poll?

 

61 respondents, 40% (24) female, 60% (37) male, avg. age 29

A1 – No (86.9%)
A2 – Yes (6.6%)
A3 – Skipped (6.6%)
A4 – None of the above (0.0%)

Had you heard of Jay Inslee before this poll?

 

61 respondents, 40% (24) female, 60% (37) male, avg. age 29

A1 – Yes (49.2%)
A2 – No (47.5%)
A3 – Skipped (3.3%)
A4 – None of the above (0.0%)

Had you heard of Loren Culp before this poll?

 

61 respondents, 40% (24) female, 60% (37) male, avg. age 29

A1 – No (86.9%)
A2 – Yes (8.2%)
A3 – Skipped (4.9%)
A4 – None of the above (0.0%)

 

Do you use white noise when you’re sleeping?

 

32 respondents, 18% (5) female, 82% (27) male, avg. age 21

A1 – No (37.5%)
A2 – Yes (28.1%)
A3 – Sometimes (21.9%)
A4 – Skipped (9.4%)
A5 – None of the above (3.1%)

Freeform responses

B1 – I listen to music, generally.

Which do you prefer?

 

32 respondents, 18% (5) female, 82% (27) male, avg. age 21

A1 – Music (46.9%)
A2 – Rain sounds (15.6%)
A3 – Thunderstorm (12.5%)
A4 – None of the above (9.4%)
A5 – City sounds (6.3%)
A6 – Skipped (6.3%)
A7 – Waterfalls (3.1%)

Freeform responses

B1 – Silence

B2 – Fan

B3 – I don’t use white noise

Do you masturbate?

 

121 respondents, 100% (121) female, 0% (0) male, avg. age 23

A1 – Often, 3 or more times a week (19.8%)
A2 – Skipped (17.4%)
A3 – Once a week, give or take (15.7%)
A4 – No (14.9%)
A5 – Rarely in a month (11.6%)
A6 – Everyday usually (11.6%)
A7 – Rarely in a calendar year (8.3%)
A8 – None of the above (0.8%)

Freeform responses

B1 – I don’t know what masturbate is, so assume the answer is no.

Do you go to the gym and workout 3 or more days a week?

 

121 respondents, 100% (121) female, 0% (0) male, avg. age 23

A1 – No (69.4%)
A2 – Yes (15.7%)
A3 – Skipped (13.2%)
A4 – None of the above (1.7%)

Freeform responses

B1 – I get my exercise at my job

B2 – Sometimes

Was Jeffrey Epstein’s suicide faked?

 

882 respondents, 32% (282) female, 68% (600) male, avg. age 25

A1 – Yes (44.3%)
A2 – Who (34.6%)
A3 – No (10.8%)
A4 – Skipped (5.4%)
A5 – None of the above (4.9%)

Freeform responses

B1 – I don’t know

B2 – Assisted suicide

B3 – I cannot know for sure; signs point to homicide though

B4 – Unconcerned

B5 – Maybe not enough information yet

B6 – Hillary did it!

B7 – Maybe

B8 – I personally don’t care if he was murdered. He deserved it.

B9 – Who knows?

B10 – He was more than likely “suicided” by the rest of the folks who took part in his same actions.

B11 – I have no way of knowing if it was or wasn’t

B12 – Why does everyone give a shit about a dude whom had a sick fantasy?

B13 – Unsure

B14 – No comment

B15 – He was probably murdered to silence him from letting people know who helped him and who his high profile pedophile clients are.

B16 – No, he knew his fate

B17 – It wasn’t a suicide

B18 – I hope not. I don’t think so.

B19 – I honestly can’t say one way or another. I only nominally know the name from all the buzz and memetic frenzy surrounding him in the aftermath, so I can’t make any educated guess based on being aware of his life or existence.

B20 – I don’t know if it was or not because what’s done is done

B21 – Was not self inflicted

B22 – Not suicide

B23 – Not sure, he had a lot of dirt on people and likewise about him

B24 – Conspiracy

What do you think happened then?

 

318 respondents, 23% (73) female, 77% (245) male, avg. age 26

Freeform responses

B1 – He was killed before he could expose others

B2 – Murdered my the Clinton’s or another powerful family

B3 – Clinton’s of course! Who else?

B4 – Murdered

B5 – He was killed to protect people with power and influence

B6 – He was assassinated

B7 – He was silenced

B8 – He was murdered

B9 – He’s rich and rich people get to do whatever they want in this country

B10 – Without sounding like a conspiracy theorist, his death was a coverup for something much more important.

B11 – He was killed

B12 – He was strangled to death

B13 – Strangled, then hung

B14 – Strangled by a prison guard or an inmate for money

B15 – Assisted suicide

B16 – Murdered in jail

B17 – Its all the Clinton gang

B18 – Clinton’s killed him

B19 – Other rich pedophiles killed him

B20 – Homicide

B21 – He is still alive

B22 – Why would he kill himself after saying he would tell who helped him to give him a lighter sentence?

B23 – He was murdered. There’s no way a political prisoner that important would have the chance to kill himself, not under the guard that he was under

B24 – People will keep dying so that black block doesn’t come out

B25 – He was murdered to prevent him from implicating others

B26 – He was murdered to cover up high profile pedophiles

B27 – Somebody assassinated him

B28 – People killed him for political and criminal reasons.

 

Do you think dating with a 10 year age gap is too far apart?

 

55 respondents, 25% (13) female, 75% (42) male, avg. age 26

A1 – No (54.5%)
A2 – Yes (36.4%)
A3 – None of the above (7.3%)
A4 – Skipped (1.8%)

Freeform responses

B1 – Depends

B2 – Really depends

B3 – Depends on the ages, 14 and 24 is too far apart. 46 an 56 is just fine

B4 – It depends on how young they are

If the guy was the one that was 10 years younger, would you still say it’s fine?

 

34 respondents, 32% (10) female, 68% (24) male, avg. age 27

A1 – Yes (76.5%)
A2 – No (14.7%)
A3 – None of the above (8.8%)
A4 – Skipped (0.0%)

Freeform responses

B1 – Not sure actually

B2 – Depends

B3 – Again depends on the ages of the two. 10 years apart in your teens or twenties is too much. In your 30s, 40s, 50s etc it’s fine.

How many REAL summer vacations have you had in college? By real, I mean no internships, no full-time, no study abroad, less than 20 hours work per week.

 

106 respondents, 31% (32) female, 69% (74) male, avg. age 30

A1 – I didn’t have any (40.6%)
A2 – I’m still in college/haven’t attended college (13.2%)
A3 – Skipped (12.3%)
A4 – Two (11.3%)
A5 – One (6.6%)
A6 – Three (4.7%)
A7 – More than four (4.7%)
A8 – Four (3.8%)
A9 – None of the above (2.8%)

Freeform responses

B1 – Never went to college

B2 – Out of college

B3 – This question is out of touch. Not many people have the privilege – to have summer vacations, vacations at all or to go to college.

Should semi-automatic weapons be banned from public use?

 

41 respondents, 43% (17) female, 57% (24) male, avg. age 23

A1 – No, but there should be extensive background checks on those wishing to purchase them (41.5%)
A2 – Yes (31.7%)
A3 – No (17.1%)
A4 – Yes, but the military shouldn’t have them either (4.9%)
A5 – Skipped (4.9%)
A6 – None of the above (0.0%)

 

Are you happy in a monogamous relationship?

 

16 respondents, 50% (8) female, 50% (8) male, avg. age 30

A1 – Yes completely (56.3%)
A2 – None of the above (18.8%)
A3 – I have never been in one (12.5%)
A4 – I would prefer to not try. I need an open or polyamorous (12.5%)
A5 – No not ever (0.0%)
A6 – Skipped (0.0%)

Freeform responses

B1 – I was in one previously

B2 – I don’t know what monogamous means

B3 – I’m faithful, wife’s not faithful

When do you take a shower or bath?

 

116 respondents, 34% (39) female, 66% (77) male, avg. age 35

A1 – It varies, whenever I feel like I need one (36.2%)
A2 – Start of day/after waking up (morning) (26.7%)
A3 – End of day/before bed (evening) (24.1%)
A4 – Both before bedtime AND after waking up (7.8%)
A5 – Skipped (4.3%)
A6 – None of the above (0.9%)
A7 – Only after exercise/sweating (0.0%)

Freeform responses

B1 – Sometimes morning sometimes night. Depends on what I’m doing.

Suppose you’re working downtown (not remote work) at a large city, and the following rentals cost the same. Which will you choose?

 

76 respondents, 30% (22) female, 70% (54) male, avg. age 28

A1 – 2 bed/2 bath apartment around 20-25 min from where you work (36.8%)
A2 – 1 bed/1 bath apartment around 10-15 min from where you work (15.8%)
A3 – 3 bed/3 bath townhouse around 35-40 min from where you work (14.5%)
A4 – Tiny studio in the heart of downtown (9.2%)
A5 – Large single family home 45+ min from where you work (9.2%)
A6 – Skipped (6.6%)
A7 – Even larger single family home in the middle of nowhere. Work what? (5.3%)
A8 – None of the above (2.6%)

Freeform responses

B1 – 2 bed/2 bath in the middle of nowhere.

B2 – Depends on you. If you’re young then I would say as close to where the party is as possible. If you’re older/have kids, the exact opposite.

 

Are you registered to vote in New Jersey?

 

30 respondents, 43% (12) female, 57% (18) male, avg. age 26

A1 – No (63.3%)
A2 – Yes (33.3%)
A3 – Skipped (3.3%)
A4 – None of the above (0.0%)

Did you vote in the 2019 election?

 

10 respondents, 30% (3) female, 70% (7) male, avg. age 27

A1 – Yes (60.0%)
A2 – No (40.0%)
A3 – None of the above (0.0%)
A4 – Skipped (0.0%)

Which party’s candidate did you vote for in the General Assembly?

 

6 respondents, 50% (3) female, 50% (3) male, avg. age 29 

A1 – Republican (50.0%)
A2 – Democratic (50.0%)
A3 – Skipped (16.7%)
A4 – Other (0.0%)
A4 – None of the above (0.0%)

Are you registered to vote in VA?

 

37 respondents, 51% (18) female, 49% (19) male, avg. age 26

A1 – No (51.4%)
A2 – Yes (45.9%)
A3 – None of the above (2.7%)
A4 – Skipped (0.0%)

Freeform responses

B1 – NJ

Did you vote in 2019?

 

18 respondents, 50% (9) female, 50% (9) male, avg. age 27

A1 – No (50.0%)
A2 – Yes (44.4%)
A3 – None of the above (5.6%)
A4 – Skipped (0.0%)

Which party’s candidate did you vote for in the Senate?

 

9 respondents, 44% (3) female, 56% (6) male, avg. age 26

A1 – Democratic (55.6%)
A2 – Republican (22.2%)
A3 – Other  (22.2%)
A4 – None of the above (0.0%)
A5 – Skipped (0.0%)

Which party’s candidate did you vote for in the House of Delegates?

 

9 respondents, 44% (3) female, 56% (6) male, avg. age 26

A1 – Democratic (55.6%)
A2 – Republican (33.3%)
A3 – Skipped (11.1%)
A4 – None of the above (0.0%)

Are you registered to vote in the state of Mississippi?

 

11 respondents, 36% (3) female, 64% (8) male, avg. age 26

A1 – No (54.5%)
A2 – Yes (45.5%)
A3 – None of the above (0.0%)
A4 – Skipped (0.0%)

Did you vote in the 2019 election?

 

 5 respondents, 80% (4) female, 20% (1) male, avg. age 24

A1 – Yes (40.0%)
A2 – No, I didn’t know there was an election (40.0%)
A3 – None of the above (20.0%)
A4 – No, I knew there was an election but didn’t want to vote (0.0%)
A5 – Skipped (0.0%)

Freeform responses

B1 – My last name is uncommon and I am having issues with getting it sorted out. I am not currently registered in the county I live in. I wanted to vote.

Who did you vote for Governor?

 

3 respondents, 100% (3) female, 0% (0) male, avg. age 23

A1 – Jim Hood (D) (100.0%)
A2 – Tate Reeves (R) (0.0%)
A3 – None of the above (0.0%)
A4 – Skipped (0.0%)

 

Should 16 and 17 year olds be allowed to vote?

 

938 respondents, 36% (337) female, 64% (601) male, avg. age 24

A1 – No (58.4%)
A2 – Yes (37.7%)
A3 – None of the above (1.9%)
A9 – Skipped (1.9%)

Freeform responses

B1 – If the general population of youths were mature, knowledgeable, and aware of the impacts of politics, then I wouldn’t have problems with it. But with society as it is, I don’t think the majority are ready for that. They’re still trying to figure out their life, making them vulnerable and easy to manipulate.

B2 – 18

B3 – If they’re educated enough and understand the whole concept yes, otherwise no they should not. Because then they’re influenced by others.

B4 – I don’t know.

B5 – After passing a specialized test to judge their decisions.

B6 – Potentially a partial vote? They’re emotional but have the potential. Now that I think about it, no.

B7 – Minors shouldn’t vote. But as to if 16 and 17 year olds should be considered minors is another question.

B8 – If they are educated enough about the issues and politicians.

B9 – If really depends on the individual’s mental level.

B10 – 18 year olds are barely cooked enough too, that’s crazy. I’m 21 and I knew that at 18 they’re just so easily manipulated by adults through school and other means.

B11 – I feel if they can prove they are well diverse in politics then yes.

B12 – 17

B13 – Only if they passed a political awareness test to make sure they are educated. Anybody 18 and up should be allowed to vote, no exceptions.

B14 – Depends on maturity of said 16-17 year old

B15 – 16 no but 17 sure

B16 – 17 maybe

B17 – Depends on their level of government education.

Are wind instruments or stringed instruments better?

 

40 respondents, 35% (14) female, 65% (26) male, avg. age 20

A1 – Stringed instruments (50.0%)
A2 – Wind instruments (40.0%)
A3 – None of the above (10.0%)
A4 – Skipped (0.0%)

Freeform responses

B1 – Consider them all equal

B2 – Percussion instruments are better. (JK I just play drums; it depends on what genre and a lot of other factors.)

B3 – Go percussion!

B4 – Percussion.

Who is the most appropriate person to contact to report your direct boss for unfair or now unethical behavior?

 

5 respondents, 80% (4) female, 20% (1) male, avg. age 23

A1 – Contact HR (80.0%)
A2 – Skipped (20.0%)
A3 – Contact EAP (0.0%)
A4 – Contact VP his boss (0.0%)
A5 – Contact CEO (0.0%)
A6 – None of the above (0.0%)

Who’s your favorite Robin/Batman sidekick?

 

104 respondents, 31% (32) female, 69% (72) male, avg. age 20

A1 – Dick Grayson (32.7%)
A2 – Jason Todd (23.1%)
A3 – Damian Wayne (14.4%)
A5 – None of the above (8.7%)
A6 – Skipped (13.5%)

Freeform responses

B1 – I dunno man

B2 – Boots from Dora

B3 – IDK

B4 – Batman bad

B5 – Tim Drake

B6 – Don’t care

B7 – Tim!

Do you like Christmas or Halloween more?

 

7 respondents, 75% (5) female, 25% (2) male, avg. age 31

A1 – Christmas (57.1%)
A2 – Halloween (42.9%)
A3 – None of the above (0.0%)
A4 – Skipped (0.0%)

Do you prefer crunchy or smooth peanut butter?

 

529 respondents, 38% (201) female, 62% 328) male, avg. age 23

A1 – Smooth (55.8%)
A2 – Crunchy (33.8%)
A3 – None of the above (7.4%)
A4 –  Skipped (3.0%)

Freeform responses

B1 – Allergic. I used to crave smooth and creamy peanut butter. No nuts in this mouth. LOL.

B2 – I’m allergic to peanuts

B3 – Either or

B4 – I don’t like peanut butter

B5 – I am allergic to peanut butter

B6 – I hate peanut butter

B7 – I like both

B8 – I went into anaphylactic shock this week thanks for remnding me. I prefer crunchy.

B9 – I hate peanut butter. Nutella for me!

B10 – Both, doesn’t matter as long as it doesnt make me feel sick. I might have a slight allergy.

B11 – Never had peanut butter.

What are you doing for Halloween?

 

251 respondents, 35% (87) female, 65% (164) male, avg. age 24

A1 – Staying in (29.5%)
A2 – Trick or treating (14.7%)
A3 – None of the above (13.9%)
A4 – Nothing, who cares about Halloween (12.4%)
A5 – Going to a party (10.8%)
A6 – Eating candy (7.6%)
A7 – Watching a scary movie (7.2%)
A8 – Looking after the kids (3.6%)
A9 – Skipped (0.4%)

Freeform responses

B1 – I’m Jewish, I don’t celebrate that holiday

B2 – Working

 

B3 – Going on a date

 

B4 – I don’t celebrate Halloween

 

B5 – Nothing

 

B6 – I’m not sure if I’m grieving for a loss or trick or treating

 

B7 – Movies

 

B8 – Something… The child will demand it

 

B9 – Throwing a party

 

B10 – Playing a horror game and chilling with friends online

 

B11 – D&D

 

B12 – Happy hour

 

B13 – Going to a camp

 

B14 – Flying to Blizzon

 

B15 – Going to harmony class

 

B16 – Playing scary video games

 

B17 – Chillin with the bois

 

B18 – Going to work, getting dressed up and having fun

 

B19 – I was going to a party but the weather is too crappy

 

B20 – Watching Hocus Pocus

 

If a potential partner has cheated in their distant past, can they be trusted?

 

43 respondents, 44% (18) female, 56% (25) male, avg. age 21

A1 – Yes (60.5%)
A2 – No (25.6%)
A3 – None of the above (14.0%)
A4 – Skipped (0.0%)

Freeform responses

B1 – Depends on how sorry they are

B2 – Maybe. But either way, communication is key

B3 – It depends on the circumstances of the cheating. If they were drunk then they can be trusted but if they’ve done it sober multiple times then no

B4 – They may be semi-trusted but their new partner will likely keep a close eye on them

B5 – Depends if you feel like they aren’t in the same place they were back when they cheated in the past

B6 – Depends because people can change. However, if it’s a long history of them being unfaithful then no

Do you play video games?

 

27 respondents, 29% (7) female, 71% (20) male, avg. age 22

A1 – Yes (88.9%)
A2 – No (7.4%)
A3 – Sometimes (3.7%)
A4 – None of the above (0.0%)
A5 – Skipped (0.0%)

If so, what is your favorite game? 

20 respondents, 25% (5) female, 75% (15) male, avg. age 21

Freeform responses

B1 – Dark Souls

B2 – Fallout

B3 – Skyrim

B4 – Don’t bully me but minecraft

B5 – Far cry

B6 – Dying light

B7 – 7 days to die

B8 – God of war

B9 – Hearts of iron 4

B10 – The fallout of dragon age series

B11 – Too many to count

B12 – Overwatch

B13 – The witcher

B14 – Rainbow six siege

B15 – Crime solving

B16 – A lot

B17 – Counter-Strike

What made you choose using Mei messaging?

 

109 respondents, 23% (25) female, 77% (84) male, avg. age 24

A1 – AI driven personality analysis (68.8%)
A2 – Gimmick (8.3%)
A3 – To assist in building social skills (7.3%)
A4 – None of the above (7.3%)
A5 – Customization (5.5%)
A6 – Simplicity (1.8%)
A7 – Skipped (0.9%)

Freeform responses

B1 – I found it on the app store and liked how it looks

B2 – Trying

 

B3 – Why not

 

B4 – Psychologist said his friend made the app

 

B5 – Wanted a new texting app, so tried this one

 

B6 – I choose Mei because the whole idea of AI based text really intrigued me. I am also an engineer myself and I love the technology. I do not believe that at this level my information is at risk

 

B7 – All of the above

 

Do you consider it to be cheating to masturbate when your partner is unable/unavailable?

 

38 respondents, 23% (8) female, 77% (30) male, avg. age 28

A1 – No (89.5%)
A2 – It depends (7.9%)
A3 – Skipped (2.6%)
A4 – Yes (0.0%)
A5 – Yes (0.0%)

Freeform responses

B1 – No girls for me

Why or why not? 

27 respondents, 29% (7) female, 71% (20) male, avg. age 28

Freeform responses

B1 – It’s a natural human instinct. Apes and other hominids do as well.

B2 – Because masturbating doesn’t involve a second person.

B3 – Considering the Bible speaks against spilling our seed upon the ground, I’d have to say that it’s wrong.

B4 – Cheating is only when someone who is not your significant other is involved.

B5 – There’s nothing wrong with self satisfaction.

B6 – In my opinion, if you need to relieve yourself and your partner is not there, you should just do it. If next time, your partner IS there, then go ahead with them. You probably masturbated before them, and you’re probably gonna do it after them. That’s just life.

B7 – Depends on who is envisioned while it takes place.

B8 – It doesn’t involve a third party.

B9 – Self pleasure. If they are unavailable or are unable to please your sexual need you need to do something to fill that need.

B10 – Because that’s wrong.

B11 – Masturbating is not bad.

B12 – Masturbation is self pleasure

B13 – No STDs can be passed and affection isn’t exchanged.

B14 – Cheating with who? You’re fucking right hand? (or left, no judgment) It’s ridiculous.

B15 – It’s healthy to masturbate while in a relationship. You should have a healthy relationship with yourself.

B16 – As long as you aren’t masturbating with another person, it’s completely natural to do it.

B17 – If your partner is not interested, it’s cool. If you’re avoiding sex with them, could be a problem.

B18 – Masturbating by themselves is def not cheating. Some people have a higher sex drive so masturbation can keep them from looking for others to have sex with.

B19 – Masturbating is normal.

B20 – I don’t understand how it would be cheating unless your gf and you made a rule about it and you’re keeping it a secret.

B21 – It’s not with someone else and it’s a personal thing.

B22 – It’s self pleasure. As long as I am thinking of them, it’s not cheating or introducing someone else into the equation of our relationship.

B23 – You are only getting yourself off that doesn’t involve another person.

Are you concerned about which kind of hacking the most?

 

587 respondents, 26% (152) female, 74% (435) male, avg. age 25

A1 – Not concerned at all (31.2%)
A2 – Phone camera (19.6%)
A3 – Phone microphone (18.1%)
A4 – Computer webcam (13.5%)
A5 – None of the above (10.9%)
A6 – Skipped (4.8%)
A7 – Computer microphone (2.0%)

Freeform responses

B1 – email and bank

B2 – Into the actual system

B3 – DB dump

B4 – Hacking into my accounts is my biggest hacking fear

B5 – Personal info

B6 – Social hacking

B7 – Text

B8 – If one of these is of interest to a hacker, it’s likely all are. However, accounts to significant accounts by targeting companies is far more likely than a personality targeted attack.

B9 – Private data

B10 – Computer files

B11 – Them getting into my personal stuff, like files and account info

B12 – Files

B13 – Stolen identity

B14 – Hacking to get information actually on my phone rather then use a camera or microphone

B15 – None

B16 – I could care less honestly

B17 – Banking

B18 – Bank account

B19 – Ransomeware

B20 – Bank hacking

B21 – Hacking doesn’t usually work like that

B22 – Bank account

B23 – All of the above

B24 – Phone applications

B25 – I’m not concerned since I mostly know what I’m doing

B26 – Financial

B27 – Bulk data collection

B28 – Corporate data breach

B29 – National elections

B30 – Election hacking

B31 – Voting machines

B32 – Keylogger

B33 – Account credentials

B34 – Computer data

B35 – Bank hack

B36 – Social engineering

B37 – Personal info

B38 – Infrastructure

B39 – Mind hacking

B40 – I’m concerned by any hacking

B41 – Phone data

B42 – I’m more concerned with climate change than any of my devices getting hacked

B43 – All cameras and microphones, also other types of hacking like with USB sticks and phishing emails

B44 – Identity theft and debit card cloning are far more common

B45 – Car computers

B46 – General hacking and pulling information from any text input that was or has been made

B47 – Government hacking would be my main concern

B48 – Passwords and information

B49 – Computer security hacking

B50 – My home security system

If your hypothetical child came out as a part of the LGBT+ community, how would you respond?

 

361 respondents, 41% (148) female, 59% (213) male, avg. age 24

A1 – I’d support them unconditionally (62.9%)
A2 – I’d be a bit shocked, but I’d support them (16.9%)
A3 – I don’t know how I’d react (5.5%)
A4 – None of the above (5.5%)
A5 – I’d have to think about it (3.6%)
A6 – Skipped (1.9%)
A7 – I don’t think I could support mu child being LBGT+ (1.4%)
A8 – I would try to make them change their ways (1.4%)
A9 – I would disown them (0.6%)
A10 – I’d ignore them/pretend I didn’t hear (0.3%)

Freeform responses

B1 – Depends on how old they are really. If they are 10 and under than no of course I wouldn’t say that they know who they are, yet I’d support them, nonetheless. At 11 and above then that’s around the time when they start to actually realize these things

B2 – My reaction would depend of a lot of things. How old is he then for example?

 

B3 – I would ask them why they came out as LGBT and I wouldn’t support their decision, but I would still love them with my whole heart 

 

B4 – I would never stop loving them

 

B5 – Depends. I don’t support “changing” genders but if my child was gay, I’d support them

 

B6 – I’d be wholly supportive of them, but the “community” is kind of toxic, and I don’t support them. I value the individual not the group.

 

B7 – Why the hell do I care about who my child likes to have sex with?

 

B8 – Sacrifice them to Christ of course

 

B9 -I’d do nothing. It is inconsequential to me. They can be whatever they want.

 

B10 – I don’t care

 

B11 – It depends

 

B12 – I’d disagree but I’d love them regardless

 

B13 – I would support them no matter what, I would just like to say it would be stupid not to, especially since I’m bi lmao

 

B14 – Depends on what part, I’d support the L G and the B

 

B15 – I’m LGBT myself (a gay transman), so I’d probably ask a bit about it but I’d still love my child and support them.

 

B16 – I’d go old yeller and take them out back.

 

B17 – I would day “bruh, you’re like 10 and you haven’t even been in a relationship how can you even say you’re gay”

 

B18 – I’d expect them to substantiate the foundation of the paradigm in which this is acceptable

 

B19 – I don’t have any kids

 

B20 – I would still accept them and love them for who they are, but I’d be disappointed if they radically modified themselves to become another gender.

 

Why did you choose your answer? 

65 respondents, 41% (26) female, 59% (39) male, avg. age 34

Freeform responses

B1 – I don’t know how I’d feel by that time. My opinions might’ve changed by then

B2 – I don’t have a problem with people being who they want to be but at the same time I feel like if it were my own child it may be harder for me to accept.

B3 – Because I really don’t know how to react to that situation

B4 – I live in Ghana, and here basically everyone is against it, extremely violently. I don’t support that violence, and I think LGBTQ+ people deserve their rights, but I haven’t actually understood it, so I don’t know if I support it.

B5 – Being bi or gay is separate from being considerate of genetic makeup. A sex change or transfiguration would not be suitable for anyone considering.

B6 -It’s not natural

B7 -I’m a Jehovah witness so I can’t support LGBTQ in my religion it is not acceptable

B8 – There is a stigma that one should support their child regardless if they are LGBTQ+. It is blatantly wrong to just support it because its socially correct. I know when they would start feeling what they would if they are LGBT and know if it should be supported or not. But I’ll be damned if they start saying they identify as an attack helicopter or a bloody dog 

B9 – I’d have to make sure they are serious about it. I’m not letting them try to be a part of a community that they are just pretending to be in for attention.

B10 -There wasn’t my answer in the choices

B11 – This is a way I was taught through family and through church

B12 – It’s a hypothetical… I can’t claim to know how I would react to something that has never occurred in all honesty. I disagree with the sexuality on a spiritual and personal level, however, I know I could never stop loving ANYONE, including a hypothetical child for that or almost any reason. Disagreeing with a lifestyle is nowhere near the same as hating ppl for living that way.

B13 – Unsure

B14 – I have to carry on my family name and I’m religious

B15 – Morals

B16 – Because I have issues with the tribalism and hatred within the LGBTQ+ community. I’ll decide whether I support an individual or not based on their actions and words.

B17 – I like to see my child as a reflection of me because she learns from me. However, she is not me and is able to be different.

B18 – God hates fags.

B19 – If it’s a boy they have no choice but to change. I can’t accept that. If it’s a girl you can be bi but not full lesbian.

B20 – Depends how they come out and how they are as a person

B21 – It doesn’t bother me any which way

B22 – As long as they’re grown and paying their own bill’s, they can fuck who they want

B23 – My kids aren’t old enough for me to think about that

B24 – I pressed it by accident

B25 – I don’t know

B26 – I’m a christian, and the bible says that LGBT+ is an abomination

B27 – I don’t understand it as I am not LBGTQ but I would want to learn and be able to understand so I can support them one way or another.

B28 – Because I have not been in that situation and no one could be honest in saying what they would do.

B29 – It’s not natural. It goes against basic biology

B30 – Every child is different, but I hope they wouldn’t have to come out to me. I hope they trust me enough to bring up their SO with no preamble

B31 – Lesbian people, Gay people, Bi people, Queer people I don’t mind, but it’s the T in LGBTQ+ that concerns me, statistically speaking, Trans people are more likely to commit suicide, and I don’t wanna increase that risk with my child.

B32 – Mental illness

B33 – The answer is between God and myself and my child. So whatever answers you need I don’t have.

B34 – Idk

B35 – I’m part of the LGBT community myself

B36 – It’s a hard life

B37 – They seem forceful with their views. If my child is at the adult age then fine, but in terms of what does go on, I dont want them to regret it as they grow up as some kids do.

B38 – It’s wrong

B39 – Because I believe you should keep your born gender

B40 – Cause I’m secretly gay

B41 – It’s important that they know why they believe what they believe

B42 – If they are a overall wonderful person, then sure, they have my support. However, if they are obnoxious about it, then I probably won’t support it.

B43 – It’s the truth

 

 

 

Has anyone ever gotten over (quite literally) the girl of your dreams after you’ve had her?

 

9 respondents, 44% (3) female, 56% (6) male, avg. age 41

A1 – No (55.6%)
A2 – Yes (22.2%)
A3 – None of the above (11.1%)
A4 – Skipped (11.1%)

Freeform responses

B1 – No girls for me

Please tell me how. I’ve dreamed about her for a year. And now that I’ve had her and we aren’t together she’s killing me. 

6 respondents, 50% (3) female, 50% (3) male, avg. age 38

Freeform responses

B1 – Remember your Worth

B2 – Stop doing things for anyone else. Don’t be mean or change you. Do the things in life you like and someone that likes what you like will come into your life. When you love yourself, you have room to love another.

B3 – You’re never going to get over her on your own. Or without a lot of time! We (her and I) split up over ten years ago and I still think about her sometimes. But no longer with longing. I was really happy when we were together, at first. I made mistakes and she made mistakes. It didn’t work. I’m happily married to someone else now and we’re about to have our first child and I can truly say I’ve never been happier! Good luck sir, or ma’am! You’ll get over her, it just takes a shitload of time.

B4 – I never had any dreams about girls at all

B5 – Stay as positive as you can. Keep busy at work or something that you enjoy doing. And give it time. Time will heal everything but a lie. Time can’t heal a wound that you don’t know is there.

B6 &#