When making a poll, should you worry about what people might think of you?

Posted by: Support_me

Like respect, dislike, criticism, etc.

  • Yes

  • No

20% 2 votes
80% 8 votes
  • Absolutely not. I sure don't care what people think of me. I am who I am and if someone doesn't like it, then move along. It is a debate site, of course people are not going to like you for everyone of your viewpoints. You shouldn't worry too much about what others on this site think of you if you are honest with yourself about your opinions and state them as they are. Or for that matter in life in general. there are far too many people to care about out there without having to worry about the ones that may think poorly of you over something. If you know you are wrong, admit it but be strong enough to speak your thoughts and hold to them if you feel they are true, be ready for the potential criticism, shake it off and move on.

  • it just makes more sense

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PetersSmith says2015-01-21T12:10:03.8768523-06:00
It kind of depends on how frequent you are in people disliking your polls. For example, you have made a total of 48 polls, however only 34 actually exist. This means that 14 of your polls were offense enough to be reported and removed.
Support_me says2015-01-21T15:11:22.0357481-06:00
But should I be concerned?
vaguelyjewishclearlyfab says2015-01-21T15:38:14.3740967-06:00
We all fear the inevitable comment from PetersSmith. Haha;)
PetersSmith says2015-01-21T16:27:37.3811147-06:00
Support_me: If you care at all about your polls, sure.

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