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Portugal Resident Poll - Are the McCanns Right to Sue ...

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Re: Portugal Resident Poll - Are the McCanns Right to Sue ...

Post by AndyB on 21.06.14 14:43

@aiyoyo wrote:Has everyone voted ?

I voted NO.
Do you need to sign up to vote? I can't see any voting buttons just the results

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Re: Portugal Resident Poll - Are the McCanns Right to Sue ...

Post by Tony Bennett on 21.06.14 14:51

Châtelaine wrote:@Tony
That's 21-1  ;-)
When I did maths at school,

24 x 4 = 96 [so 24 to 1]

and

19 x 5 = 95 [so 19 to 1].

This is what they taught us in England, anyhow.

I can't speak for what they teach in Holland The Netherlands or France

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Re: Portugal Resident Poll - Are the McCanns Right to Sue ...

Post by Professor Marvel on 21.06.14 14:55

@AndyB wrote:
@aiyoyo wrote:Has everyone voted ?

I voted NO.
Do you need to sign up to vote? I can't see any voting buttons just the results

No you don't need to register.

I've just voted using this link (from p.1)

http://portugalresident.com/poll/are-the-mccanns-right-to-sue-gonçalo-amaral-for-publishing-a-book-with-his-theories-of-what
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Re: Portugal Resident Poll - Are the McCanns Right to Sue ...

Post by aiyoyo on 21.06.14 14:58

@AndyB wrote:
@aiyoyo wrote:Has everyone voted ?

I voted NO.
Do you need to sign up to vote? I can't see any voting buttons just the results

NO.

Just refresh the page after the link you clicked on opens up.
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Re: Portugal Resident Poll - Are the McCanns Right to Sue ...

Post by Guest on 21.06.14 15:07

There's nothing wrong with your maths, Tony. But you use them on the basis of the percentages: No% is round-down and Yes% is round-up. I use them on the basis of the actual figures. You'll see you get to 21-1 too :-)
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Post by beijos on 21.06.14 15:09

@aiyoyo wrote:
@AndyB wrote:
@aiyoyo wrote:Has everyone voted ?

I voted NO.
Do you need to sign up to vote? I can't see any voting buttons just the results

NO.

Just refresh the page after the link you clicked on opens up.
Or go to the home page and scroll right to the bottom to find the voting buttons.
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Re: Portugal Resident Poll - Are the McCanns Right to Sue ...

Post by AndyB on 21.06.14 16:31

Thanks I voted NO on the home page. Refreshing the page didn't work

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Re: Portugal Resident Poll - Are the McCanns Right to Sue ...

Post by Cordelia on 21.06.14 16:56

@Professor Marvel wrote:
@AndyB wrote:
@aiyoyo wrote:Has everyone voted ?

I voted NO.
Do you need to sign up to vote? I can't see any voting buttons just the results

No you don't need to register.

I've just voted using this link (from p.1)

http://portugalresident.com/poll/are-the-mccanns-right-to-sue-gonçalo-amaral-for-publishing-a-book-with-his-theories-of-what


Thanks Professor Marvel, my vote was recorded and the latest Poll  shows 95% NO 5% YES....huge majority. In Passing , I thought kate looked really ragged, maybe the McCanns are worried about the outcome of the Trial but have to go through with it. 





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Re: Portugal Resident Poll - Are the McCanns Right to Sue ...

Post by sharonl on 21.06.14 17:04

The Poll is also on the home page, scroll down here http://portugalresident.com/ its the box under the Algarve Weddings

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Re: Portugal Resident Poll - Are the McCanns Right to Sue ...

Post by aiyoyo on 21.06.14 17:09

So it seems there are 3 ways to find the voting buttons

1) click on the link on page 1
2) if voting buttons are not visible, refresh the page
3) or go to the bottom of home page to view voting buttons

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Terrific support for the McCanns !

Post by PeterMac on 22.06.14 9:44

Here are the results, as of yesterday, in easy to understand format.

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The red is the . . .  Oh hang on, I may have got that wrong !

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Re: Portugal Resident Poll - Are the McCanns Right to Sue ...

Post by canada12 on 22.06.14 9:50

@PeterMac wrote:Here are the results, as of yesterday, in easy to understand format.

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The red is the . . .  Oh hang on, I may have got that wrong !

Surely you meant this:



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Post by PeterMac on 22.06.14 11:28

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Re: Portugal Resident Poll - Are the McCanns Right to Sue ...

Post by ultimaThule on 22.06.14 11:40

If I had my way there'd be at least 20 accused standing in the dock, which leads me to wonder what are the odds of 20 individuals being indicted on charges relating to one particularly heinous crime where guilty verdicts will inevitably result in imprisonment and none of them turn Queen's?
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Re: Portugal Resident Poll - Are the McCanns Right to Sue ...

Post by jeanmonroe on 25.06.14 11:35

Today 25th June 2014.....................11:35am.



"The VAST MAJORITY of people SUPPORT US" KM.

Really Kate? REALLY?

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Re: Portugal Resident Poll - Are the McCanns Right to Sue ...

Post by Tony Bennett on 25.06.14 11:46

@jeanmonroe wrote:Today 25th June 2014.....................11:35am.



"The VAST MAJORITY of people SUPPORT US" KM.
This latest poll result shows a further increase in the percentage supporting the McCanns.

The 85 'Yes' votes represent 5.3% of the total.

The 1,513 'No' votes represent 94.7% of the total.

The proportion of 'No' voters to 'Yes' voters has therefore declined from 24 to 1 at the start to 18 to 1 now.

Or, to be strictly accurate, down to 17.8 to 1

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Re: Portugal Resident Poll - Are the McCanns Right to Sue ...

Post by Guest on 25.06.14 11:53

I'm sure they will be very pleased you are pointing that out Tony.
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