I have been participating in YouGov surveys for many years. It started as a fun thing to do and a way to make a little money (100,000 points gets you a $100 prepaid Visa card. Yeah, it takes some time to accumulate 100,000 points, but I’ve redeemed them for two cards so far.). It also has become a way to add my voice to the side of decency to counter the left in political and lifestyle issues.
Earlier this month, I answered two questions about the fairness of life. The first question, “Do you think life is fair or not fair?”, I answered “No”. Of course, life is not fair. Even as a child, I knew that it was not fair; never thought it should be. I accepted the life I was born into, but also knew that I could make it better. My parents worked hard and didn’t complain about their lot in life. Dad worked hard, accepted overtime and pinched every penny. Mom kept us five kids clothed and fed, made sure we went to school and did our homework and chores and never complained when we brought her a bouquet of Dandelions.
The next question was, “Do you think life should be fair?”, was a no-brainer. Of course not, what a childish thing to think. I did expect some to answer in the positive since we have seen that the left has become so childish, but was surprised at the percentage of “yes” answers by age.
It was expected that the number of Democrats who answered “yes” was higher than that of the Republicans. What was troubling was the number of respondents that answered “yes” increased as their age increased. What does that mean?
See the results here.
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