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.50% 1 3.33%
1% 3 10.00%
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2% 5 16.67%
2.5% 5 16.67%
3% 8 26.67%
3.5% 3 10.00%
4% 1 3.33%
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Old 09-05-2019, 09:25 PM   #1
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You need another choice: "I dunno".
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Does that matter? You mean you can see who voted?
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Does that matter? You mean you can see who voted?
Yes you can who voted. Some folks care about it, some don't.
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I do not have any idea. Therefore I'll pass on this one.
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The selections should be ranges. Id select between -2.0 and 20%.
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3.3% I'm feeling "lucky"
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