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Wouldn’t you think that near all of the questions asked in social are de facto or quasi polling question?
When a question is asked in social and if it cannot be Googled or found in a search engine, it is a de facto or quasi polling question. Would not a polling question be to gather opinion? To ask ”What is the best way to make a piaya?”, you are asking someone of their opinion. You can find maybe a dozen piaya recipes, but unless you try them all and come to your own conclusion, and ask a group of people, you seek their input and opinion, which has polling affects if not an actually polling affect. Be it how many people wear condoms when doing sex, how many people swallow while performing oral sex, the best tires for snow, etc. it is asked because it is not a question that can be easily Googled. If you are asking the opinions of others, to determine by number which most prefer or just go gain information on who like what, how is that totally devoid of polling?