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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • So that just shows that people don't know what makes them happy. Surely we knew that?
    • Really? I voted for the option that happens to be the most popular, and I feel rather happy these days... <g>

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      -- Robin Berjon [berjon.com]

      • Let's overlay the results on Maslow's hierarchy of needs. The categories don't fit perfectly, but tell a sad story in any case.
        • Spiritual: 0% God, 0% Personal beliefs/religion
        • Self Actualization: 0% Successful life
        • Ego Needs/Social Needs: 0% Relationships
        • Security Needs: 26% Money/wealth
        • Body Needs: 72% Physical pleasure/drugs/alcohol/sex
        So the majority of people sampled still think in primitive levels in terms of what makes them happy.
        • So the majority of people sampled still think in primitive levels in terms of what makes them happy.

          Actually I don't really see a problem with that :)

          But honestly, what's really happened here is that someone (not me!) has seen that the poll doesn't take the simplest of steps to prevent ballot stuffing and has written a script to effect the results for a laugh.

          In fact, I got a follow-up email from the owner of the poll saying the the results had been "hacked" so he had reset the totals and please could I vote again.