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3 Comments on “Survey 2.0: Design a Justice Center Online”

  1. Allan Stewart
    September 11, 2013 at 7:14 am #

    This is an incredibly leading questionnaire. It has no value whatsoever in determining the respondents’ positions and is clearly designed to support the author’s opinion rather than the community’s.
    Push polling is purposely deceptive and thosethat employ it are acting dishonesty.

    • September 11, 2013 at 8:16 am #

      Allan, with any poll there can be a concern that those creating it will write it in a way that will produce a desired outcome. As the author of the poll, I can tell you that it’s not my intention to be purposely deceptive or dishonest. The opinions you see expressed in the various answers are actually an aggregate of people in the community (not my views). They are opinions of supporters and opponents that have been documented in the media, public forums, and online. The intention wasn’t to create a biased survey, but to offer within the answers the rationale that people generally give for choosing such an answer. The “Other” option lets people express any additional answers and opinions so they aren’t locked into the answers listed. There will be a survey 3.0 coming up soon and you’re more than welcome to draft questions and various answers for that survey.


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