Opinion polls on all subjects. Opinions? Heck yes, we have opinions - but we're *always* nice about it, even when ours are diametrically opposed to yours. Register your vote today!
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The news agencies I cite most often have very good websites so I can read the news and check other sources; or, in this case, a good historical summary of what should be common knowledge. It was the most concise of the several I found.
They all write a book and hope to make millions.
When I'm not working in the yard, reading, doing photography, helping my wife, or eating and sleeping.
As a rule, more than I can get done in a day.
Well I went to see the Aunt Jemima poll like you suggested and I'm just wondering from looking at the results; how many folks do you think that answered, were black with a slave heritage. As a white guy, I'd like to know. Is there a way to ask that without putting off people from answering the poll? That information could be very revealing ias to why the results are what they are. Don't you think? Without that component, how can folks find the opportunity to examine themselves as to how they've come to answer the question?
I guess that would depend on why the poster would post that question in the first place.