PCA Polls - Beware the 'don't know' brigade

  Quickbeam 08:31 09 Sep 2010

click here Apparently we have the real answers:)

  Algerian peter 08:42 09 Sep 2010

No doubt the surveys are sold on to those companies who want consumer information from the target respondents on future buying intentions.

As in the current poll. If a large proportion say there limit is £750. Then you may find that the advertisements running down the side of the web page will target laptops in that range.

They will also give interesting information to those who just buy the magazine and don't visit the website.

It is just recently that the don't know and sometimes none of the above have been added to the polls.

  interzone55 08:44 09 Sep 2010

I have no strong opinion on that...

  Pineman100 17:53 09 Sep 2010

I don't know whether I have...

  Forum Editor 18:35 09 Sep 2010

The poll results aren't sold on to anyone. These polls are informal, and for our own use only.

  ella33 19:40 09 Sep 2010

Alan14 and Pineman100 that made me laugh before I clicked on the link. Where I saw...
To quote:

"Which answers are most instructive about public opinion?

a. Yes or No

b. Don't Know

c. No Answer"

b. Don't know, probably is the right answer there.

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