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Opinion Poll

In keeping with the spirit of my previous post, consider this question:

If you had to develop one question for a national opinion poll, what question would you most want to pose to the American public?

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Question selected from The Conversation Piece 2.

Who are you making more wealthy, you or someone else?

What the h*ll are most of you thinking?

are you living a lie?

Why do you think that MONEY is the answer to everything?

Do your bloggers believe that you are the only nation on earth?

Who said this: "America, is like a healthy body and its resistance is threefold: its patriotism, its morality, and its spiritual life. If we can undermine these three areas, America will collapse from within."?

Stalin :)


Poll: Beyond saving and building wealth, do you have a financial plan for your future? What are you going to do with all that money? If you wait until retirement to spend it, will you actually have enough time left to do what you intended?

My poll question:

Would you support changes in your social safety net that would improve the lives of poor Americans, even if that meant a small increase (a few cents on the dollar) in your current taxes?

How does what you do everyday as an individual affect the world?

It's a question we should all ask of ourselves, isn't it? No matter where we live.

If you voted for Bush do you now feel a little guilty?

"Can you name 5 world leaders and the nations they represent other than George Bush? (hint: neither Osama Bin Laden or saddam Husseain currently represent any nations)"

Back up question: "Here is a blank map of the United States, please circle the state you live in and write the name of it's capital somewhere near it's geographic location and name ANY member of the state government."

Failure to correctly answer either question gets your voting card revoked and a free subscription to the Times of London or the BBC news.

Maybe a followup question about the difference between "it's" and "its".


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