Showing posts with label opinion poll. Show all posts
Showing posts with label opinion poll. Show all posts

Monday, August 14, 2017

Carter or Mattis?



On Saturday, we had a user poll (just for fun) which asked, if you could send only one person to North Korea, would you choose "the diplomat", or the "the military"?

We chose Jimmy Carter to represent the diplomat, because since his less than successful presidency, he has proven himself as one of the greatest humanitarians.

He has helped many times as the American diplomat sent to Korea in the past, negotiating with the North Korean government on four occasions since leaving office.

At 92 years old, it is however, extremely unlikely that he would again be called to perform such a duty.   It is however great fun to see Jimmy winning our "election" here in London City, beating the military option of General Mad Dog Mattis.

So here is how you voted.  Of 54 votes, 31 (57%) were for the diplomat "Jimmy" and 23 (43%) were for the military solution "Mad Dog Mattis".

You can draw your own conclusions as to which option is best.  But at this time, we declare Jimmy Carter duly elected to sort out the worlds problems.

In Jimmy, we trust!


Monday, April 24, 2017

London City votes for Hard Brexit



Last week the Prime Minister called for an early election in June in attempt to secure a mandate from the people to perform a quick exit from the EU.

We asked you if you preferred to go through the full negotiating period (a soft exit) with certain non-negotiable agreements in place, or you fancied taking your chances with a swift (hard) exit from the UK.

65% voted for a hard Brexit, whilst 17% voted for a soft Brexit and 17% were unsure.

Thanks for taking part.

Saturday, February 18, 2017

User Survey and Opinions



We would really appreciate hearing your opinions about  London City.

Tell us our strengths and weaknesses. What we do well and where we need to strive to do better.

The survey takes only a couple of minutes. Is anonymous and is extremely helpful to us, to ensure you get the best experience when visiting.

Please click the survey link at the top of this page or click here

Thanks for your help.

Monday, February 15, 2016

Voting Booth Results - Europe and Man on the Moon!



Thank you for taking part in the opinion polls in London City.  They are just for fun, but its fun to see which way the pendulum swings.

We held an In/Out referendum on Europe.  It was a close call throughout, but those wishing to stay IN had the majority.

103 people voted, 56% wanted to stay in, whilst 47% wanted to leave.

We last held this same poll in November 2014 when only 40% wanted to stay in and 60% wanted to leave (based on 100 votes).

For more information see:
Better Out: http://getbritainout.org/ 
Better In: http://www.strongerin.co.uk/



We also asked if man had ever been to the moon.

You will recall that the furthest man has ever been (except for the Apollo missions) is 250 miles in low earth orbit, a return journey of just 500 miles.   In 1969 man apparently flew 235,000 miles to the moon and back, a return trip of 470,000 miles.  He did this for last time in 1972 and have never strayed beyond the 250 mile low earth orbit since..  We asked if you believed that man on the moon had ever happened.

Overwhelmingly, you believe man went to the moon.  82 people voted.  71% believe, 21% do not believe and 8% are unsure.



Thanks for taking part.  Watch out for some US Primary polls coming soon!