Look at your stats, do you answer polls in red more often, or blue?
Red by a little bit, but I'm not sure what significance that has. Many if the polls aren't political and many have answer options that don't mean one is more correct, or more anything.
About 45% blue, 55% red when I first saw my stats. Don't know how it'll go with all the new questions I'm getting! :D
I was 50/50, so I chose blue. Now I'm 51/49 :)
What do the red and blue even mean?
I don't really think they mean anything.
I think for political questions, the blue used to be the more democratic answer and the red was the more republican. I also think usually blue is yes and red is no. But now that everyone can make questions, who knows how much that applies anymore.
You, ma'am, are correct!
At least, I thought that said "soccerchick". Maybe you're a dude. If so you, sir, are correct!
Wait correct about which part the yes or no or the rep or dem?
Both, they're different sets of questions, political and yes/no
And if its a yes no political question, then blue would be dem and red would be rep. It depends on what the question is though. Is Obama awesome? Yes, blue - red, no. Does Obama suck? No, Blue - yes, red. Any non political yes no question should be yes, blue and no, red. Make sense?
Both are true. Blue is generally the affirmative, and red the negative. In political polls, Tony generally avoids yes/no answers, or poses the question in such a way that red is both conservative and negative, and blue is both affirmative and positive.
Thank you Doopy, you said it MUCH BETTER than me. And I'm female ;)
We in the beta test group received some special tutelage in the background mechanics of poll writing from Sensei Tony.