hehe, somebody should write some code that queries different polls around the net looking for this type of outcome. It could be similar to the Sucks vs Rules meter.
It should search for this criteria:
- Polls should have 4 or 5 choices.
- Results for questions 2-3 ( or 4) should be greater than questions 1 and 4 ( or 5)
- Of these results there should be a single result that is significantly larger. Probably 50% on a four question poll?
Now that could go in to the Cool Uses For Perl.
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