View on Marriage — 2 Comments

  1. Well, that’s the beauty of an online survey: The people who don’t find the answers they’d like to give, don’t participate! This conveniently eliminates the need to exclude any survey responses…

  2. Interesting that of all the people in the sample, every single person chose an option correctly, thereby adding up to a clean 100 percent. Wouldn’t you think that some people would get the survey and think, “Well, these options are stupid, I want to choose a combo of A (against) and D (enmeshed)” and maybe marked both of them, perhaps with a small comment in the margins? Either this didn’t happen with ANY of the participants, or the study-makers must have eliminated those responses from their pool as “ineligible.” That’s my theory.


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