If you read a Hub that contains a poll, do you vote in the poll?
Yes because it helps the hubber that wrote the article in a way as much as ourselves when it comes to looking at it from a statistical stand point but overalll you give them a motivation of some sort.
Usually, yes. Unless I'm checking out hubs on my iPod, I have no reason not to vote.
I do answer the poll. It's fun for me because I can choose my honest answer and see where I compare with others.
Yes i vote in the Polls posted by fellow Hubbers.It is fun and then again it is a good way of knowing your own choice that where you stand among others and how many people have the same choice as yours.
I always vote in polls; they're fun, interactive, and add to the community.
It's great to see the results of a large poll - the majority of the time I always vote!
Yes I do, I really enjoy comparing my answer to other people's. I'm really amazed at how often many of us feel the same way about a certain topic!
I vote on polls too, unless my answer doesn't fit in the answer choices.
I like doing the polls when looking at other peoples hubs . I like it when people do the polls on my hubs as well like my latest one but not many do it .
Yes I almost always participate in the polls. They are fun and interactive. In fact, I always put in the poll capsule in the hubs that can accommodate one.
Yes, I always do vote in the polls. It's interesting to find out if you think along the same lines as other hubbers.
Yes, I think it's fun and interesting to find out how other people vote. I think the results could also in some cases lead to another hub.
by Trsmd 9 years ago
If you are Using Poll in your Hubpages, How many viewers are casting their vote in the Poll. And which page of yours attracted much voting?
by Gary R. Smith 5 years ago
Have you ever used a Poll capsule in one of your hubs?My first time was today, in four new hubs which make "A Hitchhiking Saga." Fun way to invite participation from readers!Where have you put the code outside Hubpages to bring traffic to your hub?
by Susie Lehto 21 months ago
* http://constitution.com/trump-leading-6 … 00-voters/ App maker: Trump will win election!* http://www.usatoday.com/story/tech/2016 … /88640044/"What do you honestly think Trump meant by saying "The 2nd amendment people can do something about Hillary? Vote...
by fritteritter 9 years ago
I've enjoyed placing polls on my hubs, usually to fill up space next to an RSS feed. The questions tend to ask about the reader's experience with the topic of the hub and a few related topics (such as different ways to save money on air fresheners instead of by refilling them).Have you found polls...
by My Esoteric 4 years ago
Why are readers of hubs so reticent to participate in included polls? It is very frustrating.
by @ Bollywood... 3 years ago
I was wondering about what percentage of people vote on the poll from the people who are viewing our hub. My hub is getting visiters but hardly any vote in a well defined and very simple opinion poll.
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