Dnet Poll Results
 

View results of our poll questions below. Each poll is begun with choices set to 0%.

Date Posted: 4/17/2017
Do you think North Korea is a threat to the U.S.?
Yes
108 [81.2%]
No
23 [17.29%]

 

Date Posted: 4/10/2017
The week before Easter is known as:
Almsgiving
[2.09%]
Pre-Easter
[2.09%]
Holy Week
137 [95.8%]
Fast Day
[0%]

 

Date Posted: 4/3/2017
Did you watch the Academy of Country Music Awards?
Yes
16 [12.12%]
No
107 [81.06%]
Some of it
[6.81%]

 

Date Posted: 3/27/2017
Do you suffer from seasonal allergies?
Yes, spring means lots of sneezing for me.
61 [64.89%]
Nope, I am not allergic to pollen.
32 [34.04%]

 

Date Posted: 3/20/2017
How is your NCAA bracket looking?
So far, so good
10 [9.8%]
I'm way off
16 [15.68%]
I did not fill one out
75 [73.52%]

 

Date Posted: 3/13/2017
What is your favorite season?
Winter
[5.34%]
Spring
53 [40.45%]
Summer
19 [14.5%]
Fall
52 [39.69%]

 

Date Posted: 3/6/2017
Are you concerned about North Korea's recent missile launches?
Yes
89 [78.76%]
No
24 [21.23%]

 

Date Posted: 2/27/2017
Did you watch the 2017 Oscars?
Yes
18 [11.68%]
No
136 [88.31%]

 

Date Posted: 2/20/2017
In your opinion, how honest is the news media?
Very
[5.09%]
Not very
89 [56.68%]
It depends on the outlet
60 [38.21%]

 

Date Posted: 2/13/2017
Valentine's Day originated as a feast day honoring Saint:
Valentinus
42 [41.58%]
Valentina
41 [40.59%]
Valenterius
15 [14.85%]
Valleria
[2.97%]

 

Date Posted: 2/6/2017
What do you enjoy more?
The Super Bowl
61 [79.22%]
The Super Bowl commercials
16 [20.77%]

 

Date Posted: 1/30/2017
Who will you be pulling for in the Super Bowl?
New England Patriots
21 [15%]
Atlanta Falcons
119 [85%]

 

Date Posted: 1/16/2017
on August 28, 1963, Martin Luther King, Jr. delivered his "I Have a Dream" speech at:
The Lincoln Memorial
155 [75.6%]
The Jefferson Memorial
16 [7.8%]
Healy Hall
18 [8.78%]
Capitol Hill
16 [7.8%]

 

Date Posted: 1/2/2017
What is your New Year's resolution?
To lose weight
40 [37.38%]
To save more money
33 [30.84%]
To learn something new
34 [31.77%]

 

Date Posted: 12/19/2016
Are you traveling for Christmas?
No, we're hosting dinner.
83 [55.7%]
Yes, but I'm staying close to home.
62 [41.61%]
Yes, I'm flying.
[2.68%]

 

Date Posted: 12/12/2016
Not counting Rudolph, how many reindeer pull Santa Claus's sleigh?
10
[2.74%]
8
152 [83.51%]
7
16 [8.79%]
6
[4.94%]
5
[0%]

 

Date Posted: 12/3/2016
The first text message said “Merry Christmas”. It was sent in December 3, of what year?
1942
16 [6.8%]
1962
12 [5.1%]
1972
41 [17.44%]
1992
125 [53.19%]
2002
41 [17.44%]

 

Date Posted: 11/28/2016
Have you been staying indoors more, due to the wildfire smoke?
Yes
97 [70.28%]
No
41 [29.71%]

 

Date Posted: 11/21/2016
Are you hosting Thanksgiving dinner at your house?
Yes
40 [37.03%]
No
68 [62.96%]

 

Date Posted: 11/14/2016
Are you optimistic about a Donald Trump presidency?
Yes
172 [69.35%]
No
53 [21.37%]
Not sure
23 [9.27%]

 

Date Posted: 11/7/2016
Did you watch the 2016 World Series?
Yes
52 [38.51%]
No
83 [61.48%]

 

Date Posted: 10/31/2016
In "It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown", who waits for the Great Pumpkin?
Charlie Brown
40 [24.69%]
Linus van Pelt
98 [60.49%]
Snoopy
20 [12.34%]
Schroeder
[2.46%]

 

Date Posted: 10/24/2016
Did you or your family attend Franklin's 2016 PumpkinFest?
Yes
20 [13.88%]
No
124 [86.11%]

 

Date Posted: 10/17/2016
What do you think has been more damaging?
Donald Trump's recent comments/video
67 [33.5%]
Hillary Clinton's email leaks
133 [66.5%]

 

Date Posted: 10/10/2016
Have you or your family been affected by Hurricane Matthew?
Yes
30 [23.43%]
No
98 [76.56%]

 

Date Posted: 10/3/2016
Did you watch the first 2016 presidential debate?
Yes
79 [51.29%]
No
51 [33.11%]
Some of it
24 [15.58%]

 

Date Posted: 9/19/2016
Did you watch the 2016 Emmys?
Yes
12 [5.08%]
No
224 [94.91%]

 

Date Posted: 9/12/2016
Are you concerned about North Korea's recent nuclear tests?
Yes
97 [76.98%]
No
29 [23.01%]

 

Date Posted: 8/29/2016
Are you excited for football season?
Yes
97 [40.92%]
No
140 [59.07%]

 

Date Posted: 8/22/2016
Do you own or use a webcam?
Yes
26 [20.15%]
No
103 [79.84%]

 

Date Posted: 8/15/2016
Have you been watching the 2016 Rio Olympic Games?
Yes
75 [52.81%]
No
67 [47.18%]

 

Date Posted: 8/1/2016
Do you think WikiLeaks' claim to release more of Hillary Clinton's hacked emails will have a negative effect on her campaign?
Yes
121 [52.38%]
No
110 [47.61%]

 

Date Posted: 7/25/2016
Do you feel optimistic about the 2016 presidential election?
Yes
37 [19.68%]
No
139 [73.93%]
Undecided
12 [6.38%]

 

Date Posted: 7/18/2016
Do you or your children play Pokémon Go?
Yes
11 [7.38%]
No
138 [92.61%]

 

Date Posted: 7/11/2016
Do you agree with the FBI's recommendation not to charge Hillary Clinton with a crime over her handling of email?
Yes, I agree
41 [18.72%]
No, I think she should be charged
177 [80.82%]

 

Date Posted: 7/5/2016
Jupiter is primarily composed of:
helium
12 [9.6%]
nitrogen
34 [27.2%]
hydrogen
66 [52.8%]
carbon dioxide
13 [10.4%]

 

Date Posted: 6/13/2016
Are you planning a summer vacation?
Yes, a big family vacation
36 [14.28%]
Yes, just a quick getaway
75 [29.76%]
No, I do not have the time or the money
141 [55.95%]

 

Date Posted: 6/6/2016
Muhammad Ali's real name:
Sonny Liston
[3.82%]
Cassius Clay
171 [93.44%]
George Wagner
[0.54%]
Floyd Patterson
[2.18%]

 

Date Posted: 5/23/2016
Coccinellids are more commonly known as:
Ladybugs
136 [62.67%]
Wasps
[3.68%]
Scorpions
21 [9.67%]
Moths
19 [8.75%]
Dragonflies
33 [15.2%]

 

Date Posted: 5/16/2016
The U.S. President who founded NASA:
Richard Nixon
[4.56%]
Dwight D. Eisenhower
66 [33.5%]
John F. Kennedy
106 [53.8%]
Harry S. Truman
11 [5.58%]
Gerald Ford
[2.53%]

 

Date Posted: 5/9/2016
The Jungle Book was written by:
Jules Verne
[5.45%]
Victor Hugo
13 [7.87%]
Robert Louis Stevenson
26 [15.75%]
Rudyard Kipling
117 [70.9%]

 

Date Posted: 5/2/2016
Did you watch the 2016 NFL draft?
Yes
19 [13.66%]
No
120 [86.33%]

 

Date Posted: 4/25/2016
Do you suffer from seasonal allergies?
Yes, spring means lots of sneezing for me.
78 [68.42%]
Nope, I am not allergic to pollen.
36 [31.57%]

 

Date Posted: 4/18/2016
Where do you stand on The U.S. Supreme Court case on President Obama's immigration action?
I think illegal immigrants should be deported
145 [76.31%]
I support Obama's plan to stop deportation of illegals
26 [13.68%]
I am undecided
19 [10%]

 

Date Posted: 4/11/2016
Have you ever posted your resume online?
Yes
17 [13.7%]
No
107 [86.29%]

 

Date Posted: 4/4/2016
Who are you pulling for in the NCAA championship game?
North Carolina Tar Heels
89 [87.25%]
Villanova Wildcats
12 [11.76%]

 

Date Posted: 3/28/2016
How is your NCAA bracket looking?
So far, so good
[6.77%]
I'm way off
25 [21.18%]
I did not fill one out
85 [72.03%]

 

Date Posted: 3/21/2016
What do you think about North Korea's recent aggressive behavior?
I think they are preparing for war
78 [50.98%]
I think it is a weak bluff
75 [49.01%]

 

Date Posted: 3/14/2016
Legend states that St. Patrick banished what creature from Ireland?
Wasps
[3.41%]
Wolves
27 [13.17%]
Snakes
155 [75.6%]
Gorillas
[2.43%]
Locusts
11 [5.36%]

 

Date Posted: 3/7/2016
Have you been keeping up with the 2016 Presidential debates?
Yes, all of them
38 [21.59%]
Some of them
100 [56.81%]
No, none of them
38 [21.59%]

 

Date Posted: 2/29/2016
Did you watch the 2016 Academy Awards?
Yes
18 [9.94%]
No
163 [90.05%]

 

Date Posted: 2/22/2016
Pulitzer Prize winner, Harper Lee was best known for writing the novel:
Breakfast at Tiffany's
[1.73%]
For Whom the Bell Tolls
[1.73%]
To Kill a Mockingbird
165 [95.37%]
The Great Gatsby
[1.15%]

 

Date Posted: 2/15/2016
Presidents Day is also known as:
Veterans Day
[0.52%]
Memorial Day
[1.57%]
Washington's Birthday
175 [92.1%]
Inauguration Day
11 [5.78%]

 

Date Posted: 2/8/2016
After winning the Super Bowl, do you think Peyton Manning will retire?
Yes
132 [70.96%]
No
15 [8.06%]
No idea
39 [20.96%]

 

Date Posted: 2/1/2016
Do you play the lottery?
Yes, all the time
[4.97%]
Occasionally
75 [41.43%]
Never
97 [53.59%]

 

Date Posted: 1/25/2016
Who are you pulling for in Super Bowl 50?
Denver Broncos
53 [25.6%]
Carolina Panthers
127 [61.35%]
I don't watch football
27 [13.04%]

 

Date Posted: 1/18/2016
on August 28, 1963, Martin Luther King, Jr. delivered his "I Have a Dream" speech at:
the Lincoln Memorial
129 [75%]
The Jefferson Memorial
11 [6.39%]
Healy Hall
18 [10.46%]
Capitol Hill
14 [8.13%]

 

Date Posted: 1/11/2016
Were you a fan of David Bowie's music?
Yes, he was very talented
44 [26.66%]
No, not really
119 [72.12%]

 

Date Posted: 1/4/2016
What is your New Year's resolution?
To lose weight
30 [31.57%]
To save more money
32 [33.68%]
To learn something new
33 [34.73%]

 

Date Posted: 12/21/2015
I do the majority of my Christmas shopping:
At stores
104 [47.27%]
Online
76 [34.54%]
I do not buy Christmas gifts
40 [18.18%]

 

Date Posted: 12/14/2015
Are you looking forward to seeing Star Wars: The Force Awakens?
Yes
49 [27.52%]
No
129 [72.47%]

 

Date Posted: 12/7/2015
The exclamation "Bah! Humbug!" is most associated with the character:
Bob Cratchit
[0.87%]
Mr. Fezziwig
[0.43%]
Ebenezer Scrooge
222 [97.36%]
Rip Van Winkle
[1.31%]

 

Date Posted: 11/30/2015
What are your thoughts on Syrian refugees in America?
I think America should welcome the Syrian refugees
22 [10.62%]
With terrorists possibly within their ranks, I think they are too great a risk to national security
168 [81.15%]
Undecided
17 [8.21%]

 

Date Posted: 11/23/2015
Are you going to take advantage of Black Friday sales?
Yes, the crowds are worth the savings
[4.43%]
No, not interested
142 [89.87%]
Possibly
[5.69%]

 

Date Posted: 11/16/2015
Are you hosting Thanksgiving dinner at your house?
Yes
63 [40.9%]
No
91 [59.09%]

 

Date Posted: 11/9/2015
Do you feel that the media has been unfair in scrutinizing Ben Carson?
Yes
112 [65.49%]
No
59 [34.5%]

 

Date Posted: 11/2/2015
Do you agree with the republican presidential candidates that the debate format should be changed?
Yes
110 [81.48%]
No
25 [18.51%]

 

Date Posted: 10/26/2015
In "It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown", who waits for the Great Pumpkin?
Charlie Brown
45 [25%]
Linus van Pelt
99 [55%]
Snoopy
24 [13.33%]
Schroeder
12 [6.66%]

 

Date Posted: 10/19/2015
The painting acclaimed as "the best known, the most visited, the most written about, the most sung about, the most parodied work of art in the world":
The Mona Lisa
212 [92.57%]
The Vitruvian Man
[0%]
The Scream
[2.18%]
The Starry Night
[2.18%]
American Gothic
[3.05%]

 

Date Posted: 10/12/2015
After performing a monologue in imitation of Boris Karloff, Bobby "Boris" Pickett was inspired to write:
Thriller
[4.54%]
I Put A Spell On You
10 [6.49%]
Little Shop Of Horrors
26 [16.88%]
Monster Mash
99 [64.28%]
Love Potion No. 9
12 [7.79%]

 

Date Posted: 10/5/2015
Do you support Hillary Clinton's newly proposed gun control measures?
Yes
15 [8.57%]
No
160 [91.42%]

 

Date Posted: 9/28/2015
Did you see the "supermoon" total lunar eclipse?
Yes
10 [5.81%]
No
162 [94.18%]

 

Date Posted: 9/21/2015
Do you Agree or disagree with Ben Carson's views on a Muslim US president?
I agree with Carson. I would not support a Muslim US president.
220 [93.61%]
I disagree with Carson. I would support a Muslim US president.
15 [6.38%]

 

Date Posted: 9/15/2015
Does Russian President Vladimir Putin's pledge to continue military support for Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad concern you?
Yes
97 [77.59%]
No
28 [22.4%]

 

Date Posted: 9/8/2015
Are you happy with your retirement savings?
Yes, I have saved and invested wisely
28 [21.05%]
No, I need to put more into my retirement fund
76 [57.14%]
I am not worried about it
29 [21.8%]

 

Date Posted: 8/31/2015
The United States government recently announced Mount McKinley would be renamed:
Koyukon
[2.91%]
Denali
190 [92.23%]
Holikachuk
[2.91%]
Canton
[1.94%]

 

Date Posted: 8/24/2015
The Great Barrier Reef is located off the coast of:
Australia
190 [90.04%]
Mexico
[2.36%]
Africa
[2.36%]
Greenland
[2.84%]
Iceland
[2.36%]

 

Date Posted: 8/17/2015
How much do you spend on "back to school" gear for your kids?
$0 - 25
11 [7.74%]
$25 - 50
[4.22%]
$100 - 200
12 [8.45%]
Over $200
13 [9.15%]
I do not have kids
100 [70.42%]

 

Date Posted: 8/10/2015
Are you looking forward to football season?
Yes
87 [51.78%]
No
81 [48.21%]

 

Date Posted: 8/3/2015
Do you support the fight to halt federal aid for Planned Parenthood?
Yes
160 [74.41%]
No
55 [25.58%]

 

Date Posted: 7/27/2015
The first commercially available cell phone was the:
Nokia 1100
46 [23.58%]
Samsung SGH-T100
[4.61%]
Motorola DynaTAC 8000x
116 [59.48%]
Sony Ericsson K300
24 [12.3%]

 

Date Posted: 7/20/2015
Do you think President Obama's nuclear agreement with Iran is a good thing?
Yes
43 [20.47%]
No
167 [79.52%]

 

Date Posted: 7/13/2015
Henry McCarty was better known as:
Billy the Kid
82 [44.8%]
Wild Bill Hickok
34 [18.57%]
Wyatt Earp
17 [9.28%]
Doc Holliday
50 [27.32%]

 

Date Posted: 7/6/2015
Did you watch the Women's World Cup?
Yes
60 [31.91%]
No
127 [67.55%]

 

Date Posted: 6/29/2015
The country with the current fastest internet connection is:
America
30 [13.63%]
Japan
74 [33.63%]
Canada
[2.72%]
China
51 [23.18%]
South Korea
59 [26.81%]

 

Date Posted: 6/22/2015
Are you offended by the Confederate flag?
Yes
28 [11.57%]
No
213 [88.01%]

 

Date Posted: 6/15/2015
Are you planning a summer vacation?
Yes, a big family vacation
28 [18.91%]
Yes, just a quick getaway
40 [27.02%]
No, I do not have the time or the money
80 [54.05%]

 

Date Posted: 6/8/2015
Tonto is the sidekick of:
Batman
[0.43%]
The Green Hornet
[0.43%]
The Shadow
[0.43%]
The Lone Ranger
225 [98.25%]
Tarzan
[0.43%]

 

Date Posted: 6/1/2015
Are you bilingual?
Yes
18 [10.11%]
No
112 [62.92%]
No, but I would like to be
48 [26.96%]

 

Date Posted: 5/26/2015
The longest river in the world is:
The Amazon River
82 [36.44%]
The Nile River
103 [45.77%]
The Yangtze River
[4%]
The Congo River
[3.11%]
The Mississippi River
24 [10.66%]

 

Date Posted: 5/18/2015
Are you interested in owning an Apple Watch?
Yes, they look amazing
[1.3%]
Yes, but they are little too expensive right now
11 [4.78%]
No, not interested
213 [92.6%]

 

Date Posted: 5/11/2015
Which breakfast cereal is "The Breakfast of Champions"?
Corn Flakes
[1.78%]
Cheerios
[1.33%]
Chocolate Lucky Charms
[0.89%]
Wheaties
214 [95.53%]
Grape-Nuts
[0.44%]

 

Date Posted: 5/4/2015
Do you think Ben Carson would make a good president?
Yes
91 [58.7%]
No
64 [41.29%]

 

Date Posted: 4/27/2015
Are you going to watch the Mayweather vs. Pacquiao fight?
Yes
11 [6.32%]
No
163 [93.67%]

 

Date Posted: 4/20/2015
Treasure Island was written by:
Robert Louis Stevenson
176 [79.63%]
Herman Melville
12 [5.42%]
Charles Dickens
11 [4.97%]
Victor Hugo
[2.26%]
Jules Verne
17 [7.69%]

 

Date Posted: 4/13/2015
Do you think Hillary Clinton would make a good president?
Yes
46 [17.35%]
No
219 [82.64%]

 

Date Posted: 4/6/2015
Are you excited about baseball's Opening Day?
Yes, absolutely.
38 [24.05%]
No, not really.
120 [75.94%]

 

Date Posted: 3/30/2015
Do you think the pending nuclear deal with Iran is a good idea?
No. Iran's nuclear program could allow it to build an atomic bomb.
156 [91.76%]
Yes. Iran says its nuclear research is for peaceful purposes.
14 [8.23%]

 

Date Posted: 3/23/2015
How is your NCAA bracket looking?
So far, so good.
12 [10.08%]
pretty bad, I'm way off.
15 [12.6%]
I did not fill one out.
92 [77.31%]

 

Date Posted: 3/16/2015
What are you more afraid of losing?
Cell phone
22 [12.15%]
Credit card
95 [52.48%]
Drivers license
14 [7.73%]
Passport
[3.86%]
Car/house keys
43 [23.75%]

 

Date Posted: 3/9/2015
Captain America uses what item to fight his foes?
A hammer
12 [6.48%]
A sword
20 [10.81%]
A shield
138 [74.59%]
A boomerang
15 [8.1%]

 

Date Posted: 3/2/2015
The search engine you use the most is:
Google
167 [89.3%]
Yahoo!
[3.2%]
Bing
14 [7.48%]

 

Date Posted: 2/23/2015
Marion Morrison was better known by his stage name:
Gregory Peck
13 [5.48%]
James Dean
[3.37%]
Marlon Brando
47 [19.83%]
John Wayne
169 [71.3%]

 

Date Posted: 2/16/2015
Presidents' Day is also known as:
Veterans Day
[0%]
Memorial Day
[1.45%]
Washington's Birthday
194 [94.17%]
Inauguration Day
[4.36%]

 

Date Posted: 2/9/2015
Did you watch the 2015 Grammys?
Yes, I try to catch it every year.
13 [6.28%]
No, not interested.
194 [93.71%]

 

Date Posted: 2/2/2015
Are you for or against child vaccinations?
For it
183 [85.51%]
Against it
20 [9.34%]
Undecided
11 [5.14%]

 

Date Posted: 1/26/2015
What is your favorite season?
Winter
[4.24%]
Spring
89 [41.98%]
Summer
31 [14.62%]
Fall
83 [39.15%]

 

Date Posted: 1/19/2015
Who will you be pulling for in Super Bowl XLIX?
New England Patriots
46 [30.26%]
Seattle Seahawks
106 [69.73%]

 

Date Posted: 1/12/2015
The US recently received criticism for being absent during the Paris Unity March. Should a US official have been present?
Yes
168 [80.38%]
No
41 [19.61%]

 

Date Posted: 1/5/2015
What is your New Year's resolution?
To lose weight
32 [29.35%]
To save more money
31 [28.44%]
To learn something new
40 [36.69%]
To stop smoking
[5.5%]

 

Date Posted: 12/29/2014
What will you be doing on New Year's Eve?
Getting together with friends
24 [13.71%]
Spending time with family
37 [21.14%]
Watching the ball drop on TV
38 [21.71%]
No plans
76 [43.42%]

 

Date Posted: 12/22/2014
Not counting Rudolph, how many reindeer pull Santa Claus's sleigh?
100
[0.83%]
10
16 [6.69%]
8
214 [89.53%]
5
[2.92%]

 

Date Posted: 12/15/2014
The Grinch's pet dog was named:
Nick
[1.36%]
Scrooge
10 [4.56%]
Boris
55 [25.11%]
Max
151 [68.94%]

 

Date Posted: 12/8/2014
Out of the following, which is not another name for Santa Claus?
Saint Nicholas
[3.89%]
Kris Kringle
10 [4.32%]
Grandfather Frost
205 [88.74%]
Father Christmas
[3.03%]

 

Date Posted: 12/1/2014
"A Christmas Carol" was written by:
Charles Dickens
247 [96.86%]
George Orwell
[1.56%]
Oscar Wilde
[0.39%]
Virginia Woolf
[1.17%]

 

Date Posted: 11/24/2014
Are you going to take advantage of Black Friday sales?
Yes, the crowds are worth the savings.
[1.57%]
No, not interested.
166 [87.36%]
Possibly.
21 [11.05%]

 

Date Posted: 11/17/2014
Are you hosting Thanksgiving dinner at your house?
Yes
76 [42.69%]
No
102 [57.3%]

 

Date Posted: 11/10/2014
Do you agree with Ebola nurse Kaci Hickox, that her quarantine was "inhumane"?
No. In her case, quarantine was the responsible move.
175 [83.33%]
Yes. She should not have been quarantined after the test came back negative.
35 [16.66%]

 

Date Posted: 11/3/2014
The Liberty Bell is located in:
Philadelphia
224 [92.18%]
Boston
[3.29%]
Pittsburgh
[3.29%]
Baltimore
[0.41%]
Richmond
[0.82%]

 

Date Posted: 10/27/2014
In "It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown", who waits for the Great Pumpkin?
Charlie Brown
50 [24.75%]
Linus van Pelt
111 [54.95%]
Snoopy
25 [12.37%]
Schroeder
16 [7.92%]

 

Date Posted: 10/20/2014
In The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, the Headless Horseman chases after:
Rip Van Winkle
20 [8.36%]
Abraham Van Helsing
[2.51%]
Lawrence Talbot
[2.09%]
Ichabod Crane
203 [84.93%]
Mary Shelley
[2.09%]

 

Date Posted: 10/13/2014
The first Nobel Peace Prize was awarded in:
1897
33 [20.49%]
1901
72 [44.72%]
1913
32 [19.87%]
1926
24 [14.9%]

 

Date Posted: 10/6/2014
Some airlines have suspended flights to and from Ebola affected areas. Your thoughts?
Good idea. The risk is too great.
197 [86.78%]
Bad idea. This may trap unaffected people in those areas.
[3.96%]
Undecided.
21 [9.25%]

 

Date Posted: 9/29/2014
Do you support sending U.S. ground troops to fight ISIS in Iraq and Syria?
Yes
78 [45.34%]
No
94 [54.65%]

 

Date Posted: 9/22/2014
The first person to walk on the Moon:
Neil Armstrong
164 [83.24%]
Buzz Aldrin
33 [16.75%]

 

Date Posted: 9/15/2014
What are your thoughts on Baltimore Ravens running back, Ray Rice being suspended indefinitely for assaulting his wife?
His punishment should be more severe
51 [28.81%]
He got what he deserved
95 [53.67%]
The suspension is too harsh
31 [17.51%]

 

Date Posted: 9/8/2014
Niagara Falls is the collective name for the three waterfalls:
the Horseshoe Falls, the American Falls and the Bridal Veil Falls
147 [68.05%]
the Saint Lawrence Falls, the Superior Falls, and the Huron Falls
40 [18.51%]
the Ontario Falls, the Saint Anthony Falls, and the Alamere Falls
29 [13.42%]

 

Date Posted: 9/2/2014
How did you spend Labor Day weekend?
Vacation!
21 [17.07%]
Cookout with friends & family.
44 [35.77%]
Worked.
58 [47.15%]

 

Date Posted: 8/25/2014
Did you watch the 2014 VMAs?
Yes. I enjoyed it.
[0%]
Yes. I caught some of it.
[0.48%]
No. Not interested.
207 [99.51%]

 

Date Posted: 8/18/2014
What are your thoughts on the recent riots in Ferguson, MO as a result of Michael Brown's fatal shooting?
The rioting is completely counterproductive
129 [57.33%]
The rioting is understandable
[2.22%]
The situation has been handled poorly on all sides
91 [40.44%]

 

Date Posted: 8/11/2014
A pollywog or porwigle is another name for a:
Slug
[3.17%]
Snake
[0%]
Tadpole
243 [96.42%]
Grasshopper
[0.39%]

 

Date Posted: 7/28/2014
Are you optimistic on the proposed Gaza cease-fire?
Yes. I am hoping for the best.
40 [17.16%]
No. I doubt it will happen.
193 [82.83%]

 

Date Posted: 7/21/2014
Secretary of State, John Kerry is holding Russian-supported rebels responsible for shooting down Malaysia Airlines Flight 17. Do you agree?
Yes
135 [75.41%]
No
13 [7.26%]
Still undecided
31 [17.31%]

 

Date Posted: 7/14/2014
Do you have anti-theft systems for your house or car?
Yes
77 [58.33%]
No
47 [35.6%]
No, but I am considering it
[6.06%]

 

Date Posted: 7/7/2014
Coulrophobia is the fear of:
Dentists
16 [8.37%]
Clowns
125 [65.44%]
The color red
38 [19.89%]
Bees
12 [6.28%]

 

Date Posted: 6/30/2014
The principal author of the Declaration of Independence was:
Benjamin Franklin
16 [7.8%]
Roger Sherman
[1.95%]
John Hancock
26 [12.68%]
Thomas Jefferson
159 [77.56%]

 

Date Posted: 6/23/2014
The Four Corners Monument, the only point in the United States shared by four states includes:
Nevada, Utah, Idaho, and Oregon
11 [4.95%]
Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, and Utah
167 [75.22%]
California, Arizona, Nevada, and Oregon
10 [4.5%]
Wyoming, Idaho, Montana, and Colorado
34 [15.31%]

 

Date Posted: 6/16/2014
Have you been watching the 2014 FIFA World Cup?
Yes
16 [8.42%]
No
157 [82.63%]
I've caught a few games
17 [8.94%]

 

Date Posted: 6/9/2014
The largest brain of any known modern or extinct animal belongs to:
Human
75 [33.48%]
Elephant
24 [10.71%]
Dolphin
43 [19.19%]
Sperm whale
67 [29.91%]
Killer whale
15 [6.69%]

 

Date Posted: 6/2/2014
Do you support the Obama administration's new emissions cap on power plants?
Yes
55 [26.69%]
No
129 [62.62%]
I am undecided
22 [10.67%]

 

Date Posted: 5/27/2014
In which board game does the player use tokens shaped like: Top hat, Thimble, Battleship, & Boot?
Mouse Trap
[1.71%]
Chutes and Ladders
[1.28%]
LIFE
10 [4.29%]
Monopoly
203 [87.12%]
Risk
13 [5.57%]

 

Date Posted: 5/19/2014
The fastest time it has taken for a human to solve the Rubik's Cube puzzle is:
5.55 seconds
91 [40.44%]
7.23 seconds
60 [26.66%]
9.12 seconds
50 [22.22%]
20.27 seconds
24 [10.66%]

 

Date Posted: 5/12/2014
Boko Haram has released a video demanding the release of all militants held by the government in exchange for the return of about 220 still-missing Nigerian girls. Should the government comply?
Yes. Whatever it takes to get the girls back home.
23 [15.23%]
No. The captured militants belong behind bars.
42 [27.81%]
The government should accept the offers by the U.S. and other countries to help search for the missing.
86 [56.95%]

 

Date Posted: 1/6/2014
The lightning rod, bifocals, and carriage odometer were all invented by:
Thomas Jefferson
11 [2.16%]
Thomas Edison
55 [10.82%]
Benjamin Franklin
434 [85.43%]
Alexander Graham Bell
[1.57%]

 

Date Posted: 12/30/2013
What will you be doing on New Year's Eve?
Getting together with friends
41 [18.98%]
Spending time with family
48 [22.22%]
Watching the ball drop on TV
39 [18.05%]
No plans
88 [40.74%]

 

Date Posted: 12/16/2013
"A Christmas Carol" was written by:
Charles Dickens
466 [94.9%]
George Orwell
12 [2.44%]
Oscar Wilde
10 [2.03%]
Virginia Woolf
[0.61%]

 

Date Posted: 12/9/2013
In "A Christmas Story", Ralphie Parker hopes to get what gift for Christmas?
A Little Orphan Annie decoder pin
[2.84%]
A Red Ryder BB Gun
285 [90.18%]
Pink bunny pajamas
10 [3.16%]
A toy zeppelin
12 [3.79%]

 

Date Posted: 12/2/2013
With Christmas shopping in full swing, do you see yourself shopping more in stores or online?
In stores. I would rather see my purchases first-hand.
111 [53.36%]
Online. I like the convenience of online shopping.
97 [46.63%]

 

Date Posted: 11/25/2013
Are you hosting Thanksgiving dinner at your house?
Yes
87 [36.7%]
No
150 [63.29%]

 

Date Posted: 11/18/2013
Are you going to take advantage of Black Friday sales?
Yes, the crowds are worth the savings.
11 [3.95%]
No, not interested.
225 [80.93%]
Possibly.
42 [15.1%]

 

Date Posted: 11/11/2013
Tropical cyclones have officially been named since:
1945
54 [27.13%]
1932
49 [24.62%]
1951
87 [43.71%]
1897
[4.52%]

 

Date Posted: 11/5/2013
Which early comic strip hero used a 2-way wrist radio?
Batman
25 [8.99%]
Dick Tracy
238 [85.61%]
Superman
[1.43%]
The Shadow
[0.71%]
The Green Hornet
[3.23%]

 

Date Posted: 10/28/2013
Who is known as the "King of the Wild Frontier"?
Johnny Appleseed
[0.73%]
Daniel Boone
40 [9.77%]
Paul Revere
[0%]
Davy Crockett
356 [87.04%]
Wild Bill Hickok
10 [2.44%]

 

Date Posted: 10/21/2013
with the recent debut of Obamacare insurance exchanges, many people have experienced frustrations ranging from website login issues to increased deductibles. Where do you stand?
It has been a negative experience due to larger deductible, raised premiums, etc.
170 [83.33%]
It has been the right move for me. I now have better coverage.
34 [16.66%]

 

Date Posted: 10/7/2013
American author Tom Clancy died October 1,2013. Were you a fan of his work?
Yes, I loved his writing.
128 [39.62%]
Yes, I am a fan of the video games he co-created.
13 [4.02%]
No, I have never read any of his books.
182 [56.34%]

 

Date Posted: 9/30/2013
As the battle over Obamacare continues, government shutdown looms on the horizon. Where do you stand?
Keep fighting Obamacare. If it means some federal employees are temporarily out of work, so be it.
256 [70.71%]
I think a government shutdown would be a bad thing. I am completely against it.
104 [28.72%]

 

Date Posted: 9/23/2013
Did you watch the 2013 Emmys?
Yes. I enjoyed it.
[2.29%]
Yes. I caught some of it.
11 [3.6%]
No. Not interested.
287 [94.09%]

 

Date Posted: 9/16/2013
Several large U.S. homebuilders are installing solar panels in new construction. Is this a feature that interests you?
Yes, I think the potential for saving on the power bill is great.
163 [74.09%]
No, not all areas are suitable for solar panels.
57 [25.9%]

 

Date Posted: 9/9/2013
What was Walt Disney's first full-length animated film?
Pinocchio
29 [9.63%]
Fantasia
76 [25.24%]
Bambi
52 [17.27%]
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
135 [44.85%]
Alice in Wonderland
[2.99%]

 

Date Posted: 9/3/2013
Should the United States take military action in Syria?
Yes, we cannot allow the use of chemical weapons.
53 [20.22%]
No, we do not need to be involved in another foreign conflict.
209 [79.77%]

 

Date Posted: 8/26/2013
The infamous pirate, Edward Teach was better known as:
Calico Jack
[2.83%]
Blackbeard
272 [85.8%]
Captain Kidd
26 [8.2%]
Billy Bones
10 [3.15%]

 

Date Posted: 8/19/2013
This president established the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA):
Dwight Eisenhower
103 [34.44%]
Harry Truman
21 [7.02%]
John F. Kennedy
150 [50.16%]
Lyndon B. Johnson
25 [8.36%]

 

Date Posted: 8/12/2013
Attorney General Eric Holder recently proposed scaling back on harsh sentences for certain drug-related crimes. Do you think this is beneficial to America?
No. I don't see how this could be a good thing.
144 [52.36%]
Yes. Non-violent offenders would be better suited with community service.
130 [47.27%]

 

Date Posted: 8/5/2013
The tallest water slide in the world is:
188 feet high
49 [22.47%]
174 feet high
47 [21.55%]
163 feet high
92 [42.2%]
129 feet high
25 [11.46%]
94 feet high
[2.29%]

 

Date Posted: 7/29/2013
What percentage of a modern U.S. penny is copper?
100%
10 [2.95%]
98.7%
19 [5.62%]
44.5%
70 [20.71%]
10.2%
81 [23.96%]
2.5%
158 [46.74%]

 

Date Posted: 7/22/2013
After the death of Trayvon Martin, civil rights groups are calling for changes in the stand-your-ground self defense laws. What do you think?
I support the stand-your-ground law.
256 [86.19%]
I think the law needs to be repealed.
41 [13.8%]

 

Date Posted: 7/15/2013
How do you feel about the not guilty verdict in the Zimmerman trial?
I am glad Zimmerman was acquitted of all charges.
224 [63.63%]
I think Zimmerman should have been found guilty.
61 [17.32%]
I'm not sure where I stand.
67 [19.03%]

 

Date Posted: 7/8/2013
Indiana Jones is afraid of:
Spiders
34 [12.27%]
Snakes
200 [72.2%]
Bats
11 [3.97%]
Scorpions
11 [3.97%]
Ghosts
21 [7.58%]

 

Date Posted: 7/1/2013
The oldest Fourth of July celebration in America, The Bristol Fourth of July Parade is celebrated in what state?
North Carolina
25 [8.68%]
Massachusetts
59 [20.48%]
Rhode Island
55 [19.09%]
Virginia
149 [51.73%]

 

Date Posted: 6/24/2013
In your opinion, is Edward Snowden a hero or a criminal?
I think he is a hero. He did a brave thing by leaking the intrusive NSA surveillance programs.
72 [26.08%]
I think he is a criminal. Disclosing classified information is an act of treason.
138 [50%]
I am still undecided.
66 [23.91%]

 

Date Posted: 6/17/2013
With the immigration overhaul being heavily debated in the Senate, what are your thoughts?
I oppose the immigration bill.
110 [53.65%]
I support the immigration bill.
55 [26.82%]
I am still undecided.
40 [19.51%]

 

Date Posted: 6/10/2013
When you go on vacation, do you bring your gadgets?
Yes, I bring my cell phone, tablet, etc.
95 [49.73%]
Yes, but just my phone.
80 [41.88%]
No, I leave it all at home.
16 [8.37%]

 

Date Posted: 6/3/2013
Are you happy with your retirement savings?
Yes, I have saved and invested wisely.
39 [20.74%]
No, I need to put more into my retirement fund.
112 [59.57%]
I am not worried about it.
37 [19.68%]

 

Date Posted: 5/20/2013
Are you planning a summer vacation?
Yes, a big family vacation!
54 [15.56%]
Yes, just a quick getaway.
91 [26.22%]
No, I do not have the time or the money.
201 [57.92%]

 

Date Posted: 5/13/2013
Ground to torch, how tall is The Statue of Liberty?
175 feet
12 [4.44%]
189 feet
27 [10%]
268 feet
61 [22.59%]
305 feet
131 [48.51%]
344 feet
39 [14.44%]

 

Date Posted: 5/6/2013
Would the possibility of an online sales tax stop you from shopping online?
Yes, a new tax would cause me to shop online less
128 [51.2%]
No, it would not bother me
87 [34.79%]
I do not shop online
35 [14%]

 

Date Posted: 4/29/2013
The sea covers what percentage of the Earth's surface?
85%
118 [34.91%]
70%
194 [57.39%]
65%
22 [6.5%]
59%
[1.18%]
40%
[0%]

 

Date Posted: 4/22/2013
Do you think the 2 Boston bombing suspects had help with their plot?
No. With one dead and the other in custody, I think it is over.
67 [25.67%]
Yes. I think there may have been others involved.
194 [74.32%]

 

Date Posted: 4/15/2013
The earliest recorded association between April 1 and April Fools' tradition is found in:
Chaucer's Canterbury Tales
127 [59.34%]
Shakespeare's King Lear
57 [26.63%]
Poe's The Fall of the House of Usher
20 [9.34%]
Stoker's Dracula
10 [4.67%]

 

Date Posted: 4/8/2013
What do you think about North Korea's recent aggressive behavior?
I think they are preparing for war.
148 [59.2%]
I think it is a weak bluff.
102 [40.79%]

 

Date Posted: 4/1/2013
What percentage of the human brain is water?
75%
193 [59.38%]
55%
69 [21.23%]
20%
31 [9.53%]
38%
32 [9.84%]

 

Date Posted: 3/25/2013
Is your NCAA bracket accurate?
Yes! So far, so good.
14 [7.9%]
No, I'm way off.
27 [15.25%]
I did not fill one out.
136 [76.83%]

 

Date Posted: 3/18/2013
Do you monitor the activity of your children on Facebook?
Yes.
38 [22.22%]
No.
50 [29.23%]
My children are not on Facebook.
83 [48.53%]

 

Date Posted: 3/12/2013
Are you disappointed by the pope's resignation?
Yes, he was a good leader.
[3.09%]
No, it was a smart decision.
70 [30.97%]
I have no opinion.
149 [65.92%]

 

Date Posted: 3/4/2013
Do you think the Apple brand is still relevant?
Yes, I love my iPhone, iPad, etc.
118 [64.83%]
No, it's on the decline.
64 [35.16%]

 

Date Posted: 2/25/2013
Are you surprised that the deficit issues are still unresolved?
Yes, the government has had enough time to find a solution.
213 [81.29%]
No, it's a very complicated issue.
49 [18.7%]

 

Date Posted: 2/18/2013
What should Congress address first?
Creating new jobs.
268 [92.73%]
Revising gun control laws.
21 [7.26%]

 

Date Posted: 2/11/2013
Will you miss Saturday mail delivery?
Yes, I rely on it.
68 [23.44%]
No, it's always junk mail.
222 [76.55%]

 

Date Posted: 2/4/2013
What do you enjoy more?
The Super Bowl
119 [61.97%]
The Super Bowl commercials
73 [38.02%]

 

Date Posted: 1/28/2013
Do you think North Korea is a threat to America?
Yes, America should be prepared.
252 [85.71%]
No, not in the least.
42 [14.28%]

 

Date Posted: 1/28/2013
Do you think North Korea is a threat to the America?
Yes, America should be prepared.
[0%]
No, not in the least.
[0%]

 

Date Posted: 1/21/2013
On August 28, 1963, Martin Luther King, Jr. delivered his "I Have a Dream" speech at:
The Lincoln Memorial
191 [66.78%]
The Jefferson Memorial
20 [6.99%]
Healy Hall
28 [9.79%]
Capitol Hill
47 [16.43%]

 

Date Posted: 1/14/2013
Do you think teachers should be armed?
Yes, it's a good safety precaution.
160 [47.05%]
No, absolutely not.
180 [52.94%]

 

Date Posted: 1/7/2013
How do you feel about the fiscal cliff deal?
We need more spending reductions.
201 [75.28%]
Anything to avoid major tax hikes.
34 [12.73%]
I'm not sure.
32 [11.98%]

 

Date Posted: 12/31/2012
Was 2012 a good year for you?
It was great! I have lots of good memories.
95 [39.91%]
It was difficult. I'm looking forward to 2013.
142 [59.66%]

 

Date Posted: 12/17/2012
Do you get an annual Flu shot?
Yes, always
234 [46.8%]
No, never
191 [38.2%]
Sometimes
75 [15%]

 

Date Posted: 12/10/2012
Frosty the Snowman is magically brought to life by a:
Broomstick
[2.32%]
Corncob Pipe
45 [13.08%]
Black Top Hat
274 [79.65%]
Scarf
17 [4.94%]

 

Date Posted: 12/3/2012
I do the majority of my Christmas shopping:
At stores
146 [55.51%]
Online
66 [25.09%]
I do not buy Christmas gifts
51 [19.39%]

 

Date Posted: 11/26/2012
Will you be traveling for Christmas?
No, we're hosting Christmas dinner.
144 [60%]
Yes, but I'm staying close to home.
88 [36.66%]
Yes, I'm flying.
[3.33%]

 

Date Posted: 11/19/2012
Are you going to take advantage of Black Friday sales?
Yes, the crowds are worth the savings.
20 [6.36%]
No, not interested.
251 [79.93%]
Possibly.
43 [13.69%]

 

Date Posted: 11/12/2012
Do you think America will go over 'the fiscal cliff'?
Yes, I think it is unavoidable.
184 [55.42%]
No, I think our government will find a solution.
102 [30.72%]
I have no idea.
46 [13.85%]

 

Date Posted: 11/12/2012
Do you think America go over 'the fiscal cliff'?
[0%]
[0%]

 

Date Posted: 11/12/2012
Do you think America go over 'the fiscal cliff'?
Yes, I think it is unavoidable.
[0%]
No, I think our government will find a solution.
[0%]
I have no idea.
[0%]

 

Date Posted: 11/5/2012
Which championship do you look forward to more?
The Super Bowl
158 [54.48%]
The World Series
38 [13.1%]
I do not watch either
94 [32.41%]

 

Date Posted: 10/29/2012
Have you prepared for Hurricane Sandy?
Yes, I have stocked up on groceries and other essentials.
38 [19.09%]
No, I do not think we will be hit hard by the storm.
161 [80.9%]

 

Date Posted: 10/22/2012
What do you predict in the final Presidential debate?
I think President Obama has handled foreign policy quite poorly. Romney will dominate this debate.
191 [59.31%]
I am impressed with the President's handling of foreign policy. President Obama will have the advantage.
69 [21.42%]
I will not be watching the debate.
62 [19.25%]

 

Date Posted: 10/16/2012
On October 14 2012, Felix Baumgartner broke the sound barrier with his jump of 128,097 feet from a helium balloon. Did you watch the jump?
Yes, it was amazing!
119 [48.17%]
No, I'm not a big fan of heights.
19 [7.69%]
No, I was not interested.
109 [44.12%]

 

Date Posted: 10/8/2012
The tradition of carving a Jack-o'-lantern started in Scotland and Ireland where it was originally carved from a:
Turnip
222 [60.32%]
Beet
17 [4.61%]
Eggplant
48 [13.04%]
Pumpkin
76 [20.65%]
Carrot
[1.35%]

 

Date Posted: 10/1/2012
What are your thoughts on the upcoming 2012 presidential debates?
I think President Obama will come out on top
82 [22.52%]
I think Mitt Romney has the advantage
208 [57.14%]
I will not be watching the debates
74 [20.32%]

 

Date Posted: 9/24/2012
According to a recent travel survey, which U.S. city is the dirtiest?
New York City, NY
83 [24.26%]
Los Angeles, CA
56 [16.37%]
Atlanta, GA
21 [6.14%]
New Orleans, LA
119 [34.79%]
Baltimore, MD
63 [18.42%]

 

Date Posted: 9/17/2012
What are your thoughts on the Chicago teachers strike entering its second week?
I think the kids have been out of school long enough. This needs to be resolved now.
57 [20%]
I think the strike is selfish. Chicago teachers are among the highest-paid in the nation.
207 [72.63%]
I think the teachers should hold out even longer. I think they are justified in the strike.
21 [7.36%]

 

Date Posted: 9/10/2012
Do you own and use a GPS when traveling? If so, what brand do you prefer?
Garmin
104 [32.09%]
Magellan
14 [4.32%]
TomTom
40 [12.34%]
I use the GPS on my smartphone
48 [14.81%]
No, I do not use a GPS
118 [36.41%]

 

Date Posted: 9/4/2012
Studies have show that while organic food doesn't offer more vitamins than regular food, it does reduce exposure to pesticides. Do you buy organic food?
Yes, always
13 [4.49%]
Yes, sometimes
160 [55.36%]
No, never
116 [40.13%]

 

Date Posted: 8/27/2012
Of the following fruit, which produces a mildy poisonous seed?
Orange
11 [2.65%]
Apple
156 [37.59%]
Pomegranate
195 [46.98%]
Grapefruit
33 [7.95%]
Watermelon
20 [4.81%]

 

Date Posted: 8/20/2012
From the Ecuadorean Embassy, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange recently urged the United States to "end its witch hunt" against WikiLeaks. What are your thoughts?
Assange and WikiLeaks have weakened national security. He deserves to be charged with espionage.
182 [72.22%]
Assange has done nothing wrong. I think he should be left alone.
28 [11.11%]
I'm not sure where I stand on this issue.
42 [16.66%]

 

Date Posted: 8/13/2012
How do you feel about Mitt Romney choosing Paul Ryan as his running mate?
I think Ryan is a terrific choice, and would make a great Vice President
212 [64.63%]
I think Romney could have chosen better
60 [18.29%]
It doesn't concern me
56 [17.07%]

 

Date Posted: 8/6/2012
With the successful Mars landing of NASA rover Curiosity completed, are you interested in the potential discoveries?
Yes, I can't wait to see the surface pictures
85 [36.63%]
Yes, I am looking forward to information that may benefit a manned mission to Mars
83 [35.77%]
No, I do not keep up with NASA/science news
64 [27.58%]

 

Date Posted: 7/30/2012
Have you been following the London 2012 Olympics?
Yes! I've been tring to follow every game. Go USA!
54 [19.49%]
Yes, but only following certain sports.
126 [45.48%]
No, I am not watching the Olympics this year.
97 [35.01%]

 

Date Posted: 7/30/2012
Have you been following the the London 2012 Olympics?
Yes! I've been tring to follow every game. Go USA!
[0%]
Yes, but only following certain sports.
[0%]
No, I am not watching the Olympics this year.
[0%]

 

Date Posted: 7/23/2012
With the recent shooting deaths of 12 moviegoers in a suburban Denver theater, do you think tighter gun control laws are needed?
No, gun control laws would only keep guns out of the hands of law abiding citizens
343 [85.75%]
Yes, I think gun control laws are needed
57 [14.25%]

 

Date Posted: 7/23/2012
With the recent shooting deaths of 12 moviegoers in a suburban Denver theater, do you thinking tighter gun control laws are needed?
No, gun control laws would only keep guns out of the hands of law abiding citizens
[0%]
Yes, I think gun control laws are needed
[0%]

 

Date Posted: 7/16/2012
If Mitt Romney wins the White House, would you support the GOP's decision to repeal President Obama's health care law?
Yes, Obama's health care law is unconstitutional
357 [78.46%]
No, I support Obama's health care law
98 [21.53%]

 

Date Posted: 7/9/2012
On average, there are how many lightning storms per year?
500 thousand
24 [9.26%]
900 thousand
44 [16.98%]
4 million
87 [33.59%]
13 million
55 [21.23%]
16 million
49 [18.91%]

 

Date Posted: 7/2/2012
This former US President's Beverly Hills vacation home was used for location shots seen in “The Godfather” and “The Bodyguard”
John F. Kennedy
74 [22.76%]
Richard Nixon
50 [15.38%]
Ronald Reagan
183 [56.3%]
Gerald Ford
18 [5.53%]

 

Date Posted: 6/25/2012
The name of Captain Nemo's submarine is:
The Dragon
12 [3.83%]
The Hispaniola
[2.87%]
The Nautilus
267 [85.3%]
The Pequod
25 [7.98%]

 

Date Posted: 6/18/2012
If you have children, will you be enrolling them in some form of summer camp?
Yes, I think it is a great and affordable way for the kids to enjoy summer
27 [13.43%]
No, we have other summer plans
41 [20.39%]
I do not have children
131 [65.17%]

 

Date Posted: 6/11/2012
September 29 is:
National Science Day
22 [9.56%]
Melon Day
11 [4.78%]
National Tree Planting Day
59 [25.65%]
International Coffee Day
56 [24.34%]
World Health Day
82 [35.65%]

 

Date Posted: 6/4/2012
With both trying their best, Tiger Woods first beat his father at golf at age:
8
94 [34.18%]
11
110 [40%]
12
42 [15.27%]
14
26 [9.45%]
17
[1.09%]

 

Date Posted: 5/29/2012
Which member of the 1960s Rat Pack was known as "The King of Cool"?
Frank Sinatra
38 [13.52%]
Dean Martin
97 [34.51%]
Sammy Davis, Jr.
119 [42.34%]
Joey Bishop
[2.13%]
Peter Lawford
21 [7.47%]

 

Date Posted: 5/21/2012
Ram Singh Chauhan of India has the world's longest mustache, at:
11 feet long
34 [11.92%]
5 feet long
26 [9.12%]
16 feet long
47 [16.49%]
7 feet long
67 [23.5%]
14 feet long
111 [38.94%]

 

Date Posted: 5/14/2012
After three fatal pedestrian-involved accidents, a New Jersey town has banned "texting while walking". Do you support this decision?
Yes, texting while walking is an obvious distraction
196 [71.79%]
No, being issued a jaywalking ticket for texting is unfair
76 [27.83%]

 

Date Posted: 5/7/2012
Researchers at Manchester Metropolitan University recently tested out "the three second rule" on different foods. If your food accidentally hits the floor, do you practice the "three second rule"?
No way. If it gets dropped, it gets thrown away
109 [36.33%]
Yes. If it's under 3 seconds, I'll eat it
33 [11%]
It depends on what type of food
158 [52.66%]

 

Date Posted: 4/30/2012
For the 2,223 passengers aboard the Titanic, the lifeboats she carried were only enough for:
2,055 people
11 [2.94%]
1,178 people
144 [38.5%]
1,288 people
125 [33.42%]
1,565 people
92 [24.59%]

 

Date Posted: 4/23/2012
Your ideal summer vacation would be?
A trip to Disney World with the family
26 [8.09%]
A road trip with some friends
38 [11.83%]
A relaxing week at the beach
145 [45.17%]
The night life at Las Vegas
18 [5.6%]
Camping, hiking, or any outdoor activity
94 [29.28%]

 

Date Posted: 4/16/2012
The only American president to have received 100 percent of the electoral votes is?
Abraham Lincoln
26 [7.08%]
George Washington
251 [68.39%]
Thomas Jefferson
27 [7.35%]
Theodore Roosevelt
49 [13.35%]
Andrew Jackson
14 [3.81%]

 

Date Posted: 4/9/2012
Which area is the biggest challenge in your spring cleaning routine?
Bathrooms
[2.66%]
Bedrooms & closets
89 [33.84%]
Garage & storage
105 [39.92%]
Kitchen
18 [6.84%]
I will not be spring cleaning
44 [16.73%]

 

Date Posted: 4/2/2012
How do you manage seasonal allergies?
I get allergy shots
10 [3.89%]
I use over the counter allergy medication
109 [42.41%]
Lots of tissues and eye drops
45 [17.5%]
I do not have seasonal allergies
92 [35.79%]

 

Date Posted: 3/26/2012
Who will you be rooting for in the NCAA Final Four?
Louisville
17 [5.19%]
Kentucky
107 [32.72%]
Ohio State
21 [6.42%]
Kansas
26 [7.95%]
I will not be watching the games
156 [47.7%]

 

Date Posted: 3/19/2012
What location has the highest average life expectancy, at 89.68 years?
Italy
103 [28.21%]
Singapore
81 [22.19%]
USA
21 [5.75%]
Monaco
113 [30.95%]
Australia
47 [12.87%]

 

Date Posted: 3/12/2012
Originally, the color associated with Saint Patrick's Day was
Red
35 [10.23%]
Tan
15 [4.38%]
Purple
48 [14.03%]
Blue
56 [16.37%]
Gold
188 [54.97%]

 

Date Posted: 3/5/2012
The longest ears belong to what breed of dog?
Bloodhound
107 [27.93%]
Basset Hound
234 [61.09%]
Cocker Spaniel
14 [3.65%]
Beagle
16 [4.17%]
Dachshund
12 [3.13%]

 

Date Posted: 2/28/2012
Do you own a smartphone?
Yes, and I love it!
58 [17.21%]
Yes, and it's not that great.
16 [4.74%]
No, Just a regular cell phone.
236 [70.02%]
I do not own a cell phone.
27 [8.01%]

 

Date Posted: 2/23/2012
Silly Putty was first introduced as a toy during what year?
1963
99 [33.67%]
1950
131 [44.55%]
1944
22 [7.48%]
1940
19 [6.46%]
1970
23 [7.82%]

 

Date Posted: 2/23/2012
si
[0%]
[0%]

 

Date Posted: 2/14/2012
What are the most popular Valentine's Day gifts?
The Greeting Card Association, an industry trade group, says about 190 million Valentine's Day cards are sent each year. And that figure does not include the hundreds of millions of cards schoolchildren exchange.
Flowers
89 [28.25%]
Valentine's Day cards
149 [47.3%]
Candy
77 [24.44%]

 

Date Posted: 2/14/2012
What are the most popular Valentine's Day gifts?
th
[0%]
[0%]

 

Date Posted: 2/6/2012
What team were you rooting for during the Super Bowl?
New York Giants
184 [48.67%]
New England Patriots
57 [15.07%]
Not a fan of either team
65 [17.19%]
I didn't watch the game
72 [19.04%]

 

Date Posted: 1/31/2012
The largest rubber band ball weighs
The largest rubber band ball weighs 4,097 kg (9,032 lb), was made by Joel Waul (USA) and was measured in Lauderhill, Florida, USA, on 13 November 2008.
541 lbs
12 [4.78%]
973 lbs
54 [21.51%]
14,439 lbs
34 [13.54%]
9,032 lbs
114 [45.41%]
11,903 lbs
37 [14.74%]

 

Date Posted: 1/31/2012
The largest rubber band ball weighs
The largest rubber band ball weighs 4,097 kg (9,032 lb), was made by Joel Waul (USA) and was measured in Lauderhill, Florida, USA, on 13 November 2008.
[0%]
[0%]

 

Date Posted: 1/23/2012
What state officially became one of the United States on January 3rd, 1959?
3rd January, 1959 : Alaska became the 49th state of the United States of America. A new U.S. flag of 13 stripes and 49 stars waved in the air.
Arizona
[0.73%]
Utah
[0.24%]
Wyoming
[2.2%]
Alaska
231 [56.47%]
Hawaii
165 [40.34%]

 

Date Posted: 1/5/2012
What type of internet do you have coming into your home?
Check out S.O.A.R. - Service Over A Radio
DSL
315 [51.55%]
Wireless
140 [22.91%]
Cable
52 [8.51%]
Dial-up
75 [12.27%]
None/Other
29 [4.74%]

 

Date Posted: 1/3/2012
Are you keeping up with news about the Iowa Caucuses?
Yes
91 [46.42%]
No
105 [53.57%]

 

Date Posted: 12/27/2011
What color do you get when you combine an equal amount of red paint with an equal amount or yellow paint?
Correct answer is: Orange
blue
15 [3.29%]
orange
377 [82.85%]
green
52 [11.42%]
red
[0.43%]
pink
[1.97%]

 

Date Posted: 12/12/2011
Which type of triangle has one angle that is greater than 90 degrees?
Correct answer is: Obtuse
Right
30 [5.22%]
Obtuse
463 [80.66%]
Acute
46 [8.01%]
Pentagon
13 [2.26%]
None of these
22 [3.83%]

 

Date Posted: 12/2/2011
What singer was born on Christmas Day, December 25th, 1946?
Correct answer is: "Jimmy Buffett"
Jimmy Buffett
190 [40.94%]
Bette Midler
53 [11.42%]
Paul McCartney
47 [10.12%]
Dolly Parton
126 [27.15%]
Tony Orlando
48 [10.34%]

 

Date Posted: 11/30/2011
In December of 1843, what famous Christmas story was first published?
Correct answer is: "A Christmas Carol"
"The Night Before Christmas"
90 [35.15%]
"Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer"
14 [5.46%]
"Good King Wenceslaus"
20 [7.81%]
"A Christmas Carol"
121 [47.26%]
"Miracle On 34th Street"
11 [4.29%]

 

Date Posted: 11/21/2011
On Thanksgiving Day I can expect to be… Have a Happy Thanksgiving Day!
At my home with family for dinner
171 [40.52%]
At another home with family/friends for dinner
146 [34.59%]
Out of town visiting family/friends
48 [11.37%]
Alone for dinner
38 [9%]
Working
19 [4.5%]

 

Date Posted: 11/17/2011
Which two American presidents were born on November 2nd - seventy years apart?
James Polk, born Nov. 2, 1795, was the 11th president and Warren Harding, born Nov. 2, 1865, was the 29th president.
Taylor & Tyler
19 [9.54%]
Nixon & Jefferson
30 [15.07%]
Ford & Van Buren
29 [14.57%]
Polk & Harding
44 [22.11%]
Truman & Reagan
77 [38.69%]

 

Date Posted: 11/7/2011
Lincoln gave his Gettysburg address in November of what year?
Thursday, November 19, 1863
1861
69 [14.11%]
1863
321 [65.64%]
1866
60 [12.26%]
1869
20 [4.08%]
1871
19 [3.88%]

 

Date Posted: 11/1/2011
In ancient Rome, what began on November 11th?
Winter once began on November 11, according to the calendar of ancient Rome.
The Winter Olympics
49 [17.5%]
The gladiatorial events
103 [36.78%]
Winter
69 [24.64%]
The week of devotion to Mars
40 [14.28%]
Christmas
19 [6.78%]

 

Date Posted: 10/31/2011
Every Halloween, Charlie Brown’s friend, Linus waits for whom to appear?
Correct answer is: The Great Pumpkin
The Red Baron
14 [7.4%]
The Grinch
[1.05%]
The Great Pumpkin
171 [90.47%]
Le Corn Stocky
[0.52%]
St. Swithin
[0.52%]

 

Date Posted: 10/28/2011
The Cardinals & Rangers play game 7 in the world series Friday, Oct 28 @ 8:30. Who are you rooting for?
Heart-pounding Series to culminate in Game 7
St. Louis Cardinals
48 [26.66%]
Texas Rangers
48 [26.66%]
Neither, but still following
21 [11.66%]
I don't follow baseball
63 [35%]

 

Date Posted: 10/25/2011
A Connecticut lawmaker wants to change Halloween to a floating holiday, like Labor Day or Thanksgiving. This way it will always fall on a Saturday.
Don’t change it. It should stay on Oct 31.
140 [46.05%]
That’s a great idea - easier for parents.
92 [30.26%]
Don’t care either way
72 [23.68%]

 

Date Posted: 10/24/2011
Do you believe too much is being done to protect the NFL quarterback?
Yes, player safety is important but right now it’s ridiculous
40 [30.3%]
No, quarterbacks are too vulnerable and too valuable
44 [33.33%]
I don't keep up with football
48 [36.36%]

 

Date Posted: 10/19/2011
Did you watch Tuesday night's (10/18) Republican Debate?
Yes
45 [15.35%]
No, I chose not to
199 [67.91%]
No, but wanted to
49 [16.72%]

 

Date Posted: 10/12/2011
A heptagon is a shape with how many sides?
A heptagon is a polygon with seven sides and seven angles
4
[1.78%]
6
24 [6.12%]
7
196 [50%]
8
51 [13.01%]
9
114 [29.08%]

 

Date Posted: 10/5/2011
Which of the following is NOT one of the Great Lakes?
Alberta is NOT one of the great lakes. They are Lakes Superior, Michigan, Huron, Erie, and Ontario
Alberta
394 [92.27%]
Huron
17 [3.98%]
Michigan
[1.4%]
Ontario
[1.87%]
Superior
[0.46%]

 

Date Posted: 9/29/2011
How many years is one term for a U.S. representative?
Correct answer is: 2
1
[0.81%]
2
232 [62.87%]
3
12 [3.25%]
4
62 [16.8%]
6
60 [16.26%]

 

Date Posted: 9/27/2011
What planet is closest to the sun?
Answer: Mercury
Venus
21 [8.93%]
Earth
14 [5.95%]
Mercury
167 [71.06%]
Mars
25 [10.63%]
Jupiter
[3.4%]

 

Date Posted: 9/19/2011
With the new Netflix pricing I'm going to...
Go with a DVD-only plan
19 [4.38%]
Go with a streaming-only plan
41 [9.46%]
Go with a combined plan
20 [4.61%]
Quit Netflix
18 [4.15%]
I'm not a Netflix customer
335 [77.36%]

 

Date Posted: 9/12/2011
If you had to pay for FaceBook, would you still use it?
Yes
11 [2.46%]
No
284 [63.53%]
I don't use it anyway
152 [34%]

 

Date Posted: 9/2/2011
Sailor Jack was the Mascot for Cracker Jacks. What was his dog's name?
Popcorn
53 [11.3%]
Buddy
82 [17.48%]
Captain
70 [14.92%]
Bingo
172 [36.67%]
Lucky
92 [19.61%]

 

Date Posted: 8/31/2011
In which year did the Ford Motor Company first produce its Model T?
The Model-T Ford is credited as being the first successfully mass-produced automobile. An estimated 15 million were made between 1908 and 1927 in a variety of body styles.
1888
[1.47%]
1898
20 [7.38%]
1908
138 [50.92%]
1914
72 [26.56%]
1928
37 [13.65%]

 

Date Posted: 8/24/2011
In which year of the 20th century did the Wall Street stock market crash?
October of 1929 saw the start of a series of disastrous trading days on Wall Street. The American economy - and the world's economy - had risen steadily throughout the 1920s. There was mini slump in September, but stock prices rallied, until, on October 28th, a slump began that was not to bottom out until 1932.
1925
22 [4.66%]
1929
351 [74.36%]
1933
49 [10.38%]
1935
25 [5.29%]
1941
25 [5.29%]

 

Date Posted: 8/19/2011
Which of these is most annoying in the office break room?
People leaving a mess for others to clean up
132 [51.96%]
Co-workers stealing your food
44 [17.32%]
Leaving expired food in the refrigerator
35 [13.77%]
Co-workers cell phone use
30 [11.81%]
Other
13 [5.11%]

 

Date Posted: 8/12/2011
Do you use Google maps for directions and/or your web page?
When and why use a Google map on your website...
Yes for both web page and directions
42 [17.64%]
Yes for my web page, but not directions
[2.94%]
Yes for directions, but not my web page
104 [43.69%]
No, I don't use Google maps
85 [35.71%]

 

Date Posted: 8/9/2011
August 9th, 1930, is the birthdate of what cartoon character?
Betty Boop made her first appearance on August 9, 1930, in the cartoon Dizzy Dishes
Mickey Mouse
138 [48.76%]
Minnie Mouse
14 [4.94%]
Betty Boop
107 [37.8%]
Bullwinkle (the moose)
21 [7.42%]
Yertle the Turtle
[1.06%]

 

Date Posted: 8/3/2011
Do you oppose or support the recent compromise plan that would significantly cut federal spending while raising the government's borrowing limit?
Oppose - not enough cuts
160 [51.77%]
Oppose - didn't have enough tax increase
42 [13.59%]
Support -
20 [6.47%]
Just glad it's over
87 [28.15%]

 

Date Posted: 7/28/2011
What is your favorite job listing site?
Monster.com
19 [16.1%]
CareerBuilder.com
17 [14.4%]
LinkedIn.com
[3.38%]
Craigslist.com
13 [11.01%]
Other
65 [55.08%]

 

Date Posted: 7/21/2011
Which transportation "first" occurred on July 24th, 1814?
Correct answer is: The first steam locomotive debuted
The first steam locomotive debuted
173 [50.43%]
The first coast-to-coast railroad opened
60 [17.49%]
The first balloon flight across the English Channel took place
55 [16.03%]
The first female balloon pilot was licensed
[0.87%]
The first steamship crossed the Pacific
52 [15.16%]

 

Date Posted: 7/12/2011
In July of 1971, the United States passed the 26th Amendment. What did it do?
Correct answer is: Set the minimum voting age in the United States at 18
Guaranteed equal rights for women
50 [9.96%]
Set the minimum age for military service at 18
46 [9.16%]
Set the minimum voting age in the United States at 18
297 [59.16%]
Set the minimum drinking age in the United States at 21
75 [14.94%]
Set the minimum age for the office of President at 40
34 [6.77%]

 

Date Posted: 7/8/2011
Indiana schools are no longer required to teach cursive. Do you think this is a good idea?
Indiana Schools No Longer Required To Teach Cursive
Yes
28 [9.06%]
No
260 [84.14%]
Not sure
21 [6.79%]

 

Date Posted: 7/1/2011
The Declaration of Independence was signed by 56 men. Two of the signers would eventually become U.S. Presidents. Who were they?
The two future U.S. presidents were Thomas Jefferson and John Adams. John Hancock, elected as a president of Congress, was the only person to sign the Declaration of Independence on July 4. It wasn't until Aug. 2 that the remaining delegates began to sign the document.
George Washington and Thomas Jefferson
64 [12.82%]
George Washington and John Adams
100 [20.04%]
John Hancock and Thomas Jefferson
47 [9.41%]
John Adams and Thomas Jefferson
213 [42.68%]
James Madison and Thomas Jefferson
75 [15.03%]

 

Date Posted: 6/21/2011
What convenient, timesaving invention was unveiled by inventor Sylvan Goldman in Oklahoma City on June 4th, 1937?
Correct Answer: The shopping cart
The electric hair dryer
56 [11.11%]
The shopping cart
183 [36.3%]
The automatic washing machine
195 [38.69%]
Frozen foods
42 [8.33%]
Dry cleaning
28 [5.55%]

 

Date Posted: 6/15/2011
What was first advertised for sale in New York City on June 8th, 1786?
On June 8th, 1786, the very first commercial ice cream advertisement was put up by Mr. Hall, of Chatham Street in New York, informing potential customers that he was selling ice cream. His parlor, which had opened in 1776, had been selling ice cream only in small amounts before that first advertisement.
Shoes with laces
85 [24.01%]
Bi-focal eyeglasses
85 [24.01%]
Ice Cream
107 [30.22%]
Waffles
18 [5.08%]
Bubble Gum
59 [16.66%]

 

Date Posted: 6/14/2011
Multisensory Advertising - Would you like advertisements that you could not only see, but smell too?
See It, Smell It, Buy It… Multisensory Advertising
Yes
29 [18.35%]
No
99 [62.65%]
Not sure
29 [18.35%]

 

Date Posted: 6/9/2011
Do you use Foursquare?
Foursquare for Your Small Business
Yes, I check-in regularly
[1.1%]
Yes, but not recently
[0.36%]
No, but I know what it is
23 [8.45%]
Never heard of it before
245 [90.07%]

 

Date Posted: 6/6/2011
Which of these states was born from the first British colony on American soil that lasted?
Correct: Virginia - in 1607, 115 years after Christopher Columbus had discovered the New World, Captain John Smith established a British colony at Jamestown, VA. English attempts at settlement in the Americas had begun already during the 1580s on Roanoke Island of NC's Outer Banks. This colony was lost however. The "Mayflower" pilgrims founded Plymouth in 1620.
Pennsylvania
22 [7.63%]
Virgina
153 [53.12%]
Massachusetts
84 [29.16%]
New York
13 [4.51%]
None of these
16 [5.55%]

 

Date Posted: 6/3/2011
NBA Championship - Dallas Mavericks vs Miami Heat
NBA Finals
Go Dallas!
33 [17.83%]
Go Miami!
26 [14.05%]
Don't care who wins but I keep up with games
[3.78%]
Don't watch/keep up with NBA basketball
119 [64.32%]

 

Date Posted: 5/31/2011
Will gas prices affect your vacation location this summer?
Yes, we will be vacationing at home
66 [33.84%]
No, we will still travel for vacation
74 [37.94%]
I don't take vacations
55 [28.2%]

 

Date Posted: 5/25/2011
Are you willing to pay more for a fuel efficient car to save at the pump?
Yes
64 [25%]
No
192 [75%]

 

Date Posted: 5/18/2011
If you are on Facebook how do you use it?
LIKE Dnet on Facebook
For personal only
147 [47.72%]
For business only
[0.64%]
For both business and personal use
24 [7.79%]
I am not on Facebook
135 [43.83%]

 

Date Posted: 5/13/2011
I am in a state that has a lot of farmland and a great city. The towns of New Salem, Springfield, Metropolis, and Champaign all have special sites. I am in the Midwest in a state known for its corn and prairies. Where am I?
Illinois is the Land of Lincoln, the birthplace of Ronald Reagan, Ulysses S. Grant had a home here after the Civil War, and President Obama calls Chicago home. Metropolis has a giant statue of Superman in front of the courthouse even though it is only a small town on the Ohio River. New Salem is where Abe Lincoln came as a young man.
Colorado
[1.03%]
Illinois
247 [63.98%]
Iowa
52 [13.47%]
Kansas
39 [10.1%]
Missouri
44 [11.39%]

 

Date Posted: 5/10/2011
Know Your States? I am looking at the Rocky Mountains and I am at the Continental Divide. I have been to Missoula, Whitefish, Big Fork and Butte. What state am I in?
Montana is Lewis and Clark country and loaded with historical sites. Missoula is called the Garden City because of its mild winters (compared to the rest of Montana) and is also home to the University of Montana.
North Dakota
[1.63%]
Minnesota
[1.9%]
South Dakota
11 [2.98%]
Montana
317 [86.14%]
Wyoming
27 [7.33%]

 

Date Posted: 5/6/2011
This year spending is up 11% for Mother's Day. How much will you have spent for your mom this year?
Mother’s Day spending on the rise [infographic]
1-49 dollars
94 [44.33%]
50-100 dollars
26 [12.26%]
101-200
[2.35%]
Over 200 dollars
10 [4.71%]
Not spending $ for my gift
77 [36.32%]

 

Date Posted: 5/6/2011
This year spending is up 11% for Mother's Day. How much will you have spent for your mom this year?
I did not have to spend $ on my gift
[50%]
1-49 dollars
[0%]
50-99 dollars
[50%]
101-199 dollars
[0%]
Over 200
[0%]

 

Date Posted: 5/3/2011
Right now, do you think the U.S. economy is growing, slowing down, in a recession, or in an economic depression?
Growing
49 [16.55%]
Slowing down
46 [15.54%]
In a recession
123 [41.55%]
In a depression
78 [26.35%]

 

Date Posted: 4/27/2011
Are you excited about the Royal wedding?
I love stuff like this
51 [12.2%]
I'm paying attention
61 [14.59%]
Not too much
124 [29.66%]
I ignore it/turn the TV
130 [31.1%]
What wedding?
52 [12.44%]

 

Date Posted: 4/25/2011
Have you ever gotten a first-hand look at a tornado?
Weather Channel's "Tornado Season, Watches, and Warnings"
Yes
66 [38.82%]
No
103 [60.58%]

 

Date Posted: 4/19/2011
For day-to-day items (gas, groceries, etc), what is your preferred method of pay, cash or debit card?
Cash only
72 [21.81%]
Mostly cash, some debit card
47 [14.24%]
Mostly debit card, some cash
151 [45.75%]
Debit card only
57 [17.27%]

 

Date Posted: 4/18/2011
80's Trivia: What 1980's sitcom was Tony Danza in?
Correct Answer: Who's The Boss 1984-1992
Different Strokes
[2.15%]
Family Ties
[3.76%]
Full House
11 [5.91%]
Growing Pains
[3.76%]
Who's The Boss
157 [84.4%]

 

Date Posted: 4/11/2011
Should Congress pass a bill that raises the debt limit?
Read article: WH: Obama regrets vote against raising debt limit
Yes, but without spending cuts or other budget items attached
19 [5.91%]
Yes, but only if major spending cuts are included
78 [24.29%]
No, it should not be raised it at all
208 [64.79%]
No opinion
16 [4.98%]

 

Date Posted: 4/8/2011
Will the federal government reach an agreement avoiding a government shutdown?
yes
100 [57.47%]
no
74 [42.52%]

 

Date Posted: 4/6/2011
Do you think nuclear power plants in the U.S. are safe or not safe?
Safe
108 [52.94%]
Not Safe
67 [32.84%]
No Opinion
29 [14.21%]

 

Date Posted: 4/4/2011
Tonight UConn & Butler play for the NCAA National Title. Who are you pulling for?
UConn
17 [10.62%]
Butler
68 [42.5%]
Neither, but will watch the game
[3.75%]
Don't watch basketball
69 [43.12%]

 

Date Posted: 3/28/2011
Unthinkable foursome heading to Houston... Kentucky plays Connecticut & Butler plays Virginia Commonwealth. What two do you want in the title game?
UConn & Butler
43 [11.08%]
UConn & VCU
24 [6.18%]
Kentucky & Butler
77 [19.84%]
Kentucky & VCU
63 [16.23%]
I don’t care
181 [46.64%]

 

Date Posted: 3/24/2011
Who below was president during World War II?
Correct is: Franklin D. Roosevelt Roosevelt was reelected to a fourth term in 1944, but died in office on April 12, 1945, and was succeeded by Truman, who had just become Vice President in January.
Dwight Eisenhower
48 [12.97%]
Franklin D. Roosevelt
274 [74.05%]
John F. Kennedy
[1.62%]
Teddy Roosevelt
18 [4.86%]
None of these above
24 [6.48%]

 

Date Posted: 3/21/2011
How does your NCAAB March Madness bracket look at this time?
Still looks great
12 [7.05%]
They are ok but have good potential
21 [12.35%]
Busted!
22 [12.94%]
I did not participate in March Madness brackets
115 [67.64%]

 

Date Posted: 3/17/2011
Is the US doing enough to help Japan with the Nuclear crisis?
Yes
128 [49.04%]
No
43 [16.47%]
Not sure
90 [34.48%]

 

Date Posted: 3/14/2011
It's March Madness time! How many brackets will you fill out this year?
0
114 [45.96%]
1
47 [18.95%]
2
[3.22%]
3 or more
16 [6.45%]
What is a March Madness?
63 [25.4%]

 

Date Posted: 3/10/2011
Do YOU have your own website? Is it for personal or business?
Yes, a personal website
14 [5.12%]
Yes, a business website
33 [12.08%]
Yes, both a business and a personal website
10 [3.66%]
Yes, more than one business site
[0.36%]
No, I don't have a website
215 [78.75%]

 

Date Posted: 3/9/2011
If you have a cell phone, what kind do you have?
Smartphone: Android
21 [12.13%]
Smartphone: iPhone
[4.62%]
Smartphone: Blackberry
11 [6.35%]
Other Smartphone (Windows, Palm, etc)
[3.46%]
Standard Feature Phone
127 [73.41%]

 

Date Posted: 3/3/2011
This movie was released in the 1990’s
> Men in Black - 1997; Pearl Harbor - 2001; Spider-Man - 2002; Three Men and a Baby - 1987; Batman Begins - 2005
Pearl Harbor
48 [12.46%]
Spider-Man
29 [7.53%]
Men in Black
165 [42.85%]
Three Men and a Baby
115 [29.87%]
Batman Begins
28 [7.27%]

 

Date Posted: 3/1/2011
Which movie was not made in the 80's?
Ghost is a 1990 romantic fantasy drama film
The Breakfast Club
44 [17.95%]
Who Framed Roger Rabbit
55 [22.44%]
Ghost
54 [22.04%]
Ferris Bueller's Day Off
23 [9.38%]
Lethal Weapon 2
69 [28.16%]

 

Date Posted: 2/23/2011
What color did the ghosts have to be for Pac Man to eat them?
The ghosts turn deep blue, reverse direction and usually move more slowly.
Blue
193 [58.84%]
Yellow
63 [19.2%]
Pink
30 [9.14%]
Red
25 [7.62%]
Teal
17 [5.18%]

 

Date Posted: 2/17/2011
What was the exact speed the car in Back to the Future had to go to travel through time?
After entering a target date, the operator accelerated the DeLorean to 88 mph which activated the flux capacitor.
77 mph
26 [6.64%]
88 mph
200 [51.15%]
101 mph
45 [11.5%]
187 mph
56 [14.32%]
None of these above
64 [16.36%]

 

Date Posted: 2/11/2011
How much will you spend on your Valentine for Valentine’s Day?
0-15
169 [57.67%]
16-50
68 [23.2%]
51-100
28 [9.55%]
101-250
11 [3.75%]
Over 250
17 [5.8%]

 

Date Posted: 2/9/2011
How many golf balls are on the moon?
Correct Answer: 2 - Though some believe 3, a confirmation of 2 can be found here
None
64 [23.02%]
1
75 [26.97%]
2
63 [22.66%]
3
42 [15.1%]
4
34 [12.23%]

 

Date Posted: 2/7/2011
If you saw the Super Bowl Half Time Show this year on a scale of 1 - 5 how did you like it?
5 Loved it
20 [7.06%]
4
30 [10.6%]
3 It was ok
57 [20.14%]
2
55 [19.43%]
1 Hated it
121 [42.75%]

 

Date Posted: 1/31/2011
It's Superbowl Week! Will you be watching? Who do you want to win?
Yes GO Steelers!
96 [19.67%]
Yes GO Packers!
159 [32.58%]
Yes, but don't care who wins
97 [19.87%]
I want to watch but cannot
[1.63%]
I have no interest in football
128 [26.22%]

 

Date Posted: 1/28/2011
What amount of e-mails does the average user send and receive each year? *Source Osterman Research
Correct Answer: 40,000
8,000
59 [24.38%]
11,000
60 [24.79%]
25,000
61 [25.2%]
40,000
48 [19.83%]
75,000
14 [5.78%]

 

Date Posted: 1/27/2011
Do you believe the economy will improve in 2011?
AP survey: Outlook for 2011 economy is brightening
Yes
62 [31.95%]
No
88 [45.36%]
Not sure
44 [22.68%]

 

Date Posted: 1/27/2011
Do you believe the economy will improve in 2011?
Yes
[0%]
No
[0%]
Not sure
[0%]

 

Date Posted: 1/26/2011
If you watched last night were you pleased by what you heard of the State of the Union Address?
Yes
27 [14.91%]
No
52 [28.72%]
Did not watch
102 [56.35%]

 

Date Posted: 1/25/2011
Will you be watching the State of the Union Address tonight?
Yes
54 [29.18%]
I want to but will be unable to
[4.32%]
No
123 [66.48%]

 

Date Posted: 1/25/2011
Will you be watching the State of the Union Address tonight?
[0%]
[0%]

 

Date Posted: 1/21/2011
What two teams are you pulling for in this weekend's NFL playoffs?
Jets and Packers
45 [15.62%]
Jets and Bears
29 [10.06%]
Pittsburgh and Packers
68 [23.61%]
Pittsburgh and Bears
22 [7.63%]
I don’t care
124 [43.05%]

 

Date Posted: 1/20/2011
Are you following the news of Chinese President Hu Jintao's visit to Washington DC?
Yes, I'm interested in it
58 [27.35%]
I've just heard briefly on news
55 [25.94%]
No, but I knew he's visiting D.C.
80 [37.73%]
I did not know he was in U.S.
19 [8.96%]

 

Date Posted: 1/12/2011
When is the sun closest to the earth in the Northern Hemisphere?
Correct Answer: winter
summer
202 [48.67%]
fall
14 [3.37%]
spring
18 [4.33%]
winter
181 [43.61%]

 

Date Posted: 1/6/2011
Over which latitude is the sun shining directly overhead during the winter solstice?
Correct Answer: Tropic of Capricorn
Arctic Circle
44 [12.57%]
Tropic of Capricorn
115 [32.85%]
Tropic of Cancer
62 [17.71%]
The Equator
89 [25.42%]
Antarctic Circle
40 [11.42%]

 

Date Posted: 1/4/2011
When the sun is closest to the earth, it is called what?
Correct Answer: Perihelion > Earth travels around the sun in an elliptical orbit. That means the sun varies in distance from the earth from about 147.5 million km to about 152.6 million km in July. The earth is closest to the sun on about January 4th.
eclipse
27 [12%]
aphelion
53 [23.55%]
perihelion
71 [31.55%]
none of these
74 [32.88%]

 

Date Posted: 1/1/2011
Did you stay up to watch the New Year come in?
Yes
155 [53.44%]
No
134 [46.2%]

 

Date Posted: 12/28/2010
To me the snow over Christmas weekend...
was beautiful.
268 [66.83%]
was not welcome.
36 [8.97%]
was an inconvenience but was ok.
86 [21.44%]
did not get to our area.
11 [2.74%]

 

Date Posted: 12/21/2010
Christmas mostly means to me…
Our Savior’s birthday
398 [86.14%]
Time with family
46 [9.95%]
Presents
[1.29%]
Traveling
[0%]
Time off
12 [2.59%]

 

Date Posted: 12/17/2010
A massive bipartisan tax package preventing a big New Year's Day tax hike for millions of Americans is on its way to President Obama for his signature Friday.
Bill preventing big tax hikes heads to Obama Fri.
This will be good for job growth
80 [27.87%]
This will be good for families
74 [25.78%]
This bill is too generous to the wealthy
56 [19.51%]
I don't like the bill but has to be done to get good parts passed
60 [20.9%]
I don’t care either way
17 [5.92%]

 

Date Posted: 12/9/2010
What kind of gift will you give your spouse/significant other this Christmas?
Technology
86 [26.87%]
Jewelry
49 [15.31%]
Appliance
34 [10.62%]
Clothing
100 [31.25%]
Hand Made
51 [15.93%]

 

Date Posted: 11/30/2010
In the United States, this website represents more than 20 percent of downstream traffic during peak times.
Netflix grabs 20 percent of peak time U.S. traffic
Facebook
201 [38.8%]
Google
86 [16.6%]
Netflix
116 [22.39%]
Twitter
37 [7.14%]
Youtube
78 [15.05%]

 

Date Posted: 11/29/2010
Do you shop online for special deals on Cyber Monday?
Stay Safe Online During Cyber Monday
Yes, I have for a couple of years
12 [8.88%]
Yes, this is my first year
[2.96%]
I use to but don't anymore
[5.92%]
No
88 [65.18%]
I don't know what Cyber Monday is
23 [17.03%]

 

Date Posted: 11/23/2010
On Thanksgiving Day I can expect to be…
Have a Happy Thanksgiving Day!
At my home with family for dinner
155 [40.25%]
At another home with family/friends for dinner
125 [32.46%]
Out of town visiting family/friends
59 [15.32%]
Alone for dinner
35 [9.09%]
Working
11 [2.85%]

 

Date Posted: 11/19/2010
Travelers who fly could be subjected to the TSA’s new enhanced pat down while passing through airport security. How do you feel about this?
I am for the pat downs for security reasons
148 [51.03%]
I am against the pat downs despite security reasons
141 [48.62%]

 

Date Posted: 11/12/2010
On April 30, 1803 this leader sold the land his country claimed west of the Mississippi River to the United States of America in a treaty commonly known as the Louisiana Purchase.
Thomas Jefferson doubled the land size of the United States when he made the Louisiana Purchase from Napoleon in 1803.
England's King George III
25 [5.36%]
Mexico's Juan Nepomuceno Almonte
15 [3.21%]
France's Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte
295 [63.3%]
Spain's King Ferdinand VII
86 [18.45%]
None of these above
45 [9.65%]

 

Date Posted: 11/11/2010
Thank you veterans! Are you a veteran that served our great country, protecting our freedoms?
List yourself or your family member/friend so others can see!
A. Yes, I am a veteran
39 [23.35%]
B. No, but my immediate family member is a veteran
51 [30.53%]
C. No, but my close friend is a veteran
18 [10.77%]
B & C are true of me
42 [25.14%]
A, B, and C are true of me
17 [10.17%]

 

Date Posted: 11/8/2010
True or False: Benjamin Franklin wanted America to have a king, not a president.
False: Franklin was not one of the people who proposed that the United States have a king. In fact, he believed that no one person should have too much power, so he proposed a three-person presidential committee rather than a single president.
True
180 [57.32%]
False
134 [42.67%]

 

Date Posted: 11/2/2010
What U.S. Govt. Office runs every 6 years for election?
Supreme Court Judge
57 [14.57%]
House of Representatives
49 [12.53%]
President
[0.51%]
Senate
242 [61.89%]
Secretary of State
41 [10.48%]

 

Date Posted: 11/1/2010
Judging by milk output, which of these states can claim the title of "dairy" state?
Despite having the dairy cow as its official domestic animal, Wisconsin does not surpass California in milk production.
Kansas
10 [3.92%]
California
80 [31.37%]
Wisconsin
135 [52.94%]
Iowa
21 [8.23%]
Deleware
[3.52%]

 

Date Posted: 10/28/2010
In this coming election I am more likely to vote for someone with…
a lot of political experience
43 [17.84%]
a little political experience
116 [48.13%]
no political experience
59 [24.48%]
I don’t vote
17 [7.05%]
I am not eligible to vote
[2.48%]

 

Date Posted: 10/21/2010
Have you already voted in early voting in your area?
Yes
181 [37.09%]
No, not yet but I will vote early
126 [25.81%]
No, I choose to vote on election day
145 [29.71%]
No, I will not be voting
36 [7.37%]

 

Date Posted: 10/15/2010
On a scale of 1 to 5 – how would you rate your level of personal happiness right now?
1 – Not Happy
34 [8.45%]
2
47 [11.69%]
3
113 [28.1%]
4
116 [28.85%]
5 – Very Happy
92 [22.88%]

 

Date Posted: 10/14/2010
Nov. marks the 25th anniversary of Windows. What kind of OS was Windows 1.0?
Windows 1.0
8-bit OS
59 [33.71%]
16-bit OS
73 [41.71%]
32-bit OS
14 [8%]
64-bit OS
12 [6.85%]
None of these above
17 [9.71%]

 

Date Posted: 10/13/2010
How important is daily exercise in your life?
Very. If I'm not getting stronger, I'm getting weaker.
61 [36.09%]
Somewhat. I exercise when I can, but it's not a huge deal.
64 [37.86%]
Not very.
44 [26.03%]

 

Date Posted: 10/8/2010
What is the most important goal in your life?
To be happy
188 [56.45%]
To be wealthy
11 [3.3%]
To make other people's lives better
128 [38.43%]
To live a long time
[1.8%]

 

Date Posted: 9/30/2010
How sure are you that your kids will have a better life than you did?
1 = Very doubtful
177 [39.42%]
2
53 [11.8%]
3
114 [25.38%]
4
40 [8.9%]
5 = Very confident
65 [14.47%]

 

Date Posted: 9/29/2010
At what age do you want to retire?
55
55 [24.88%]
65
61 [27.6%]
75
17 [7.69%]
As soon as possible.
50 [22.62%]
I don't think I'll ever want to retire.
38 [17.19%]

 

Date Posted: 9/27/2010
How much do you make a year?
$0 to $12,999
40 [14.92%]
$13,000 to $29,999
85 [31.71%]
$30,000 to $49,999
71 [26.49%]
$50,000 to $74,999
43 [16.04%]
$75,000 or more
29 [10.82%]

 

Date Posted: 9/24/2010
How do you identify yourself politically?
Conservative Republican
166 [48.68%]
Moderate Republican
31 [9.09%]
Moderate Democrat
44 [12.9%]
Liberal Democrat
14 [4.1%]
None of the Above. I’m an Independent.
86 [25.21%]

 

Date Posted: 9/23/2010
Which of the following best describes your definition of success?
A job that pays me enough so I can buy what I want
17 [10.36%]
A job that leaves me emotionally fulfilled and personally content
116 [70.73%]
A job that makes my family proud
[5.48%]
Not having to work at all
22 [13.41%]

 

Date Posted: 9/22/2010
A year from now, do you expect to be more, less, or as financially comfortable as you are today?
More financially comfortable
53 [24.65%]
Less financially comfortable
114 [53.02%]
As financially comfortable
45 [20.93%]

 

Date Posted: 9/21/2010
At what age should kids get their first cell phone?
At least 9 yrs old
[1.27%]
At least 11 yrs old
[3.81%]
At least 13 yrs old
60 [25.42%]
Not before 16 yrs old
60 [25.42%]
When they can pay for it themselves
104 [44.06%]

 

Date Posted: 9/16/2010
With broad tax reductions enacted under Bush expiring at year's end, Obama wants to renew the cuts for everyone except individuals earning at least $200,000 annually and couples making $250,000 and up. What do you think is a good idea?
AP-GfK Poll: Nearly half oppose tax hikes for rich
I agree with Obama
137 [30.3%]
All tax cuts should be allowed to expire
12 [2.65%]
Continue current tax cuts for all
144 [31.85%]
Reduce everyone’s taxes further
139 [30.75%]
No opinion
20 [4.42%]

 

Date Posted: 9/13/2010
Did the first week of NFL football go well for your favorite team?
Yes, my favorite team won
66 [24.53%]
No, my favorite team lost
60 [22.3%]
My team plays tonight (Mon. 9/13)
[0.74%]
Don't know, have not heard
15 [5.57%]
I don’t follow NFL football
126 [46.84%]

 

Date Posted: 9/3/2010
On average how many emails do you receive in a single day? If you have multiple email accounts AVERAGE all of them together for you answer.
0-20
278 [53.46%]
21-50
154 [29.61%]
51-100
58 [11.15%]
101-150
15 [2.88%]
150 +
15 [2.88%]

 

Date Posted: 9/1/2010
Do you agree or disagree with President Obama’s decision to end the U.S. combat role in Iraq?
Obama: US combat in Iraq over, 'time to turn page'
Agree
146 [50.87%]
Disagree
116 [40.41%]
No Opinion
25 [8.71%]

 

Date Posted: 8/27/2010
What was the first product to have a barcode?
The first product to have a bar code included was a packet of Wrigley's Gum
Milk
98 [23.5%]
Green Beans
32 [7.67%]
Ketchup
34 [8.15%]
Soft drink
84 [20.14%]
Gum
169 [40.52%]

 

Date Posted: 8/23/2010
Which is most annoying?
Noisy neighbors
69 [15.33%]
Traffic jams
38 [8.44%]
Hidden fees
48 [10.66%]
Inaccurate weather reports
[1.33%]
Not getting a human on the phone
289 [64.22%]

 

Date Posted: 8/20/2010
If a statue in the park of a person on a horse that has one leg raised in the air, the person died...
If a statue in the park of a person on a horse has both front legs in the air, the person died in battle. If the horse has one front leg in the air the person died as a result of wounds received in battle. If the horse has all four legs on the ground, the person died of natural causes.
in a training accident
[0.98%]
in battle
127 [41.5%]
as a result of wounds received in battle
93 [30.39%]
of natural causes
15 [4.9%]
None of these answers are correct
68 [22.22%]

 

Date Posted: 8/18/2010
Fill in the blank: There are ____ different ways to make change for a dollar?
Using pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters, half-dollars and dollar coins, there are 293 ways to make change for 1 US dollar.
15
34 [11.76%]
92
44 [15.22%]
114
50 [17.3%]
293
107 [37.02%]
521
54 [18.68%]

 

Date Posted: 8/13/2010
Who makes a better boss, a man or a woman? And what is your gender?
A man is better boss – I am a man
91 [20.08%]
A man is better boss – I am a woman
118 [26.04%]
A woman is better boss – I am a man
14 [3.09%]
A woman is better boss – I am a woman
35 [7.72%]
There is no difference - both are ok
195 [43.04%]

 

Date Posted: 8/11/2010
Which animal below can last longer without water than a camel?
A: Rat - You would think a camel would be one of these animals but no. A camel can only last up to 15 days without water. A Giraffe can go up to two months without water. The other animal is the Kangaroo Rat that lives in Death Valley. A Kangaroo Rat can go it's entire life of 3 - 5 years without taking a single sip of water.
An Emu
42 [13.24%]
A Road Runner
63 [19.87%]
A Snake
125 [39.43%]
A Rat
41 [12.93%]
An Elephant
46 [14.51%]

 

Date Posted: 8/9/2010
Which animal has the highest blood pressure of all?
A giraffe's heart, which can weigh up to 10 kg (22 lb) and measure about 60 cm (2 ft) long, must generate approximately double the normal blood pressure for an average large mammal to maintain blood flow to the brain.
A Camel
23 [6.78%]
A Shark
67 [19.76%]
A Giraffe
158 [46.6%]
A Hippopotamus
47 [13.86%]
An Elephant
44 [12.97%]

 

Date Posted: 8/4/2010
Do you know what to do if you are lost and alone in the wilderness? In most cases, once you have collected your thoughts, your first priority should be to…
Answer: Shelter -- Basic rules if you are lost and alone in the wilderness
Build a fire for heat
14 [3.06%]
Find or make a shelter against the weather
188 [41.13%]
Signal to attract attention
67 [14.66%]
Find water
165 [36.1%]
Pick a direction and begin walking
23 [5.03%]

 

Date Posted: 8/2/2010
What is Earth's largest continent?
Currently, Asia is Earth's largest continent at approximately 17,300,000 square miles (44,806,812 sq km). Africa comes in second at about 11,700,000 square miles (30,300,000 sq km).
Africa
48 [15.14%]
Antarctica
102 [32.17%]
Asia
140 [44.16%]
Europe
17 [5.36%]
North America
10 [3.15%]

 

Date Posted: 7/30/2010
What type of Poll Questions do you prefer?
issues regarding politics/government
67 [34.53%]
issues regarding entertainment/media
[2.57%]
issues regarding improvements in nature/science
12 [6.18%]
issues regarding family/wellness of others
13 [6.7%]
general knowledge trivia
97 [50%]

 

Date Posted: 7/28/2010
On Tuesday BP named its first American CEO, Robert Dudley, who will replace Tony Hayward on Oct. 1. How does this affect your outlook of BP?
BP hopes to turn page with new CEO, leaner company
Made it better
31 [16.48%]
Did not change from good
19 [10.1%]
Did not change from bad
50 [26.59%]
Made it worse
[3.19%]
No opinion
82 [43.61%]

 

Date Posted: 7/22/2010
What was the first manufactured breakfast cereal?
Granula was the first manufactured breakfast cereal invented by James Caleb Jackson in 1863
Corn Flakes
294 [70.33%]
aMaize
11 [2.63%]
Granula
48 [11.48%]
Grape-nuts
38 [9.09%]
None of these/other
27 [6.45%]

 

Date Posted: 7/20/2010
With the reception problems reported by some owners of the new iPhone 4 would you still get one if you could?
Bumper and all, Consumer Reports still doesn't recommend iPhone 4
Yes, I would still get the iPhone 4
24 [8.66%]
No, I won’t get one because of the reported issues
11 [3.97%]
No, but I did not plan to get one in the first place
236 [85.19%]
I have an iPhone 4 and I would buy one again
[2.16%]
I have an iPhone 4 but would not buy it over again
[0%]

 

Date Posted: 7/14/2010
British scientists claim to have finally come up with the definitive answer to an age-old riddle that has perplexed generations: Which came first, the chicken or the egg? Which did they discover came first?
Which came first, the chicken or the egg?
Chicken
324 [75.87%]
Egg
103 [24.12%]

 

Date Posted: 7/13/2010
Do you have a favorable or unfavorable opinion of President Obama’s nomination for Supreme Court Justice, Elena Kagan?
Articles about Elena Kagan
Strongly favorable
[3.96%]
Somewhat favorable
12 [5.94%]
Somewhat unfavorable
28 [13.86%]
Strongly unfavorable
120 [59.4%]
No Opinion
34 [16.83%]

 

Date Posted: 7/9/2010
What state has a nickname of 'The Prairie State'?
Correct: Illinois
Iowa
32 [9.09%]
Kansas
138 [39.2%]
Nebraska
77 [21.87%]