As Darcie Brown pointed out this afternoon on Facebook, “Apparently 110% of people in Abbotsford have an opinion on the homeless.”
What do you think? Has the time for online polls with their narrow focus aimed at an aging readership with often either meaningless or biased questions run its course?
Do they express anything meaningful for use in the public discourse?
Should those asking the questions and publishing the answers be required to prove a basic ability at rudimentary math before they are allowed near the software?
Do they have any validity at all?
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