See the live counter at the bottom of page for up to date figures.See also http://www.wesham.org.uk/
Yeah, but how many voted that they did not like it before you took the poll off?
The poll was taken off at its' natural timed end with the results that indicated 13 who liked the site and 7 who did not. I imagine that those who did not like it will not bother to revisit. Those who did will, I suppose, revisit. It is their individual choice. As it is possible to mischievously flaw the voting I do not take a great deal of notice of the results but use the number of visits as a more accurate indicator. Over a period of time if the trend is that the usage declines I will probably delete the site. Alternatively if the usage increases and other people leave positive comments then I will continue with it. The whole excercise is one of experiment as an easy input solution to www.wesham.org.uk. It is my personal choice to continue or otherwise. Please see the live indicator at the end of the postings showing the encouraging number of visits even in this very life of the site. I have asked previously why the negative voter(s) did not like the site without a response so I consider the negative voting to be sour grapes? So to answer your question......"Am I bovered"!
Last time I saw the poll there was something like 30 not liking it? Is there a truth issue here?
This reader fully supports the blog and will continue to use it to show an alternative opinion to politics.Starlight of the Fylde
In response to the anonymous reporter suggesting that 30 voters did not like this site, your figures are inaccurate. The final figures when the poll ceased (By me) were 13 in favour and 7 not liking it. As the author of the site, and indeed like all sites of this type, I can choose if or not I want to commence a poll, on any subject. I can start and stop it as I like. The number of days can be as short or as long as I wish. The interpretation of the figures as stated above are up to the readers to decide. Despite all of this, it is really quite simple, if you don't like the site, then don't visit it! You may wish to take another look at my earlier comment? The live stat counter seems to be telling a different story. One would assume that people who revisit do so because they like it....nobody is forcing them to come back again and again. As I also stated earlier, please see the indicator at the end of the postings which shows an encouraging number of visits even in this very early stage in the life of the Wesham Forum. If the number of hits fall to 0 then that will be telling me something and I will probably cease the site. Time will tell.(You can please some of the people some of the time.....................etc)
Just to be sure here, can the wesham forum editor state categoricaly that there were not 30 votes against the site on the evening of the 8 Jan.This is not a matter of me liking the site as I obviously do, but to weed out the truth.Starlight of the Fylde
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