We're not here for your poles of your games. We're here to be a community, have fun, learn, and share information.
I think you'd get much more valuable information reading the posts than looking at the polls....
One of the things I do try to do is get useful information out of our polls, particularly on new game opinions.
However, the way our poll questions are generally structured, it's hard to pull useful info from it; such things as "I'm a bigot - check here," and "Only if it is Tuesday and it is raining" dilute the Positive, neutral, and negative groupings of our polls because it is a wasted vote where we do not know the pluses and minuses.
May I suggest:
1. Make the top three choices "Yes, I play it," "Maybe," and "No, it's no good" - so we know where the item, when polled, stands.
2. Have choices 4 and up be the specifics, such as 'No - house edge too high", "No, it has no juice to it" and the like, with a "check more than one" allowed.
3. Add funny stuff at the bottom if desired.
The people here are representative of gamblers, as gamblers. It is one gamblers' group.
At times, they have given good voting results on some items, and I had noticed that, and they had expressed good opinions. I take the voting results as being of a limited view, but of some small value.
It doesn't give a false sense of security to get an iota of usefulness out of something here. Please forgive me for hoping that some things here might be a little bit more useful or constructive.
I now regret starting this thread.
They are gamblers, but they are not representative of the whole gaming market or population.