Sunday, 18 July 2010

64% Oppose Pope Visit: Unscientific Poll 1

17 people (which I shall now consider a very representative sample of the UK population with no bias whatsoever [if the Daily Mail can do it, so can I!]) answered the question:


5 people, 29%, said they'd be there protesting.
6 people, 35%, said they'd support the protests but not be there in person.
2 people, 11%, didn't care about it.
4 people, 23%, said they thought it would be wrong to protest the Pope's state visit.

So a clear majority of self-selecting passers-by oppose the state visit. Less than one in four random folks think it'd be wrong to protest it. I think the message is clear: blog polls are useless but fun! ;)

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