Do you think that saying the author of a quote on a quote agree/disagree poll may affect the results?
quote something from Obama and let's find out lol
How about Stalin?
Yea he works too, lol I just had to poke some fun at the republicans, I swear they'd be against abolishing all federal taxes if Obama was for it.
Aura, it think you are confusing republicans with libertarians, republicans need federal taxes to support their military.
Maybe, but I voted no. An unattributed quote isn't a quote, it's just words. In other words, it affects the results, but only because the context of a life's work is missing when Joe Everyday accidentally says something that sounds smart.
Yes, you can probably come up with a smart looking quote by Hitler asking if people agree and the results would differ depending whether or not you disclose the source.
I heard JFK stole and changed some hitler quotes including think not what your country can do for you think what can you do for your country. That might just be a myth though.
Yes, because it gives the yore context.
Yes absolutely. That's why I don't include the name of the person who said the quote until the comment section when I do quote polls.
Sorry for it being worded awkwardly.