Just give them the answer

November 20, 2008 at 1:12 pm Leave a comment

The European Parliament is never afraid to take on the status quo and to challenge common knowledge. For example, for a poll to be a poll, does it actually have to show results?

Not if you’re a maverick like the European Parliament. On the bottom left of the EP’s home page, something that looks suspiciously like a poll asks, “The role of MEP’s in one of the Parliament’s delegations is?” and provides four choices with clickable buttons. But there is no ‘Vote’ button. Instead, clicking on ‘Delegations’ takes you to the Delegations home page, complete with definition.

When is a poll not a poll?When is a poll not a poll?

And we have all learned something new.


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