We're getting a lot of polls lately and I'm noticing that the actual poll options tend to include opinions that may not apply to someone who wants to vote that answer. For example: Do you like cheese on your sandwich? Yes - that's what it 's for Sometimes - I like to vary Never - cheese is disgusting Now, there may be someone who loves cheese but not on their sandwiches. Or someone who only eats PB&J sandwiches. The responses don't allow for those opinions. Instead they pre-determine that if you don't put cheese on your sandwich, it's because you hate cheese. Instead, if we leave the "opinions" off the voting choices, then folks can answer the poll without agreeing to an opinion. I think this is actually important with camping, because a lot of "never" or "always" choices get the addendum "because that is camping". So, if they choose "never" or "always", they are also choosing an opinion that others who do differently are wrong and I don't think that's what they mean. I never use a microwave, I never eat out, I always use my RV toilet - but my answers don't mean I think others are camping wrong. I just do things my own way for my own reasons.