XYZ Breaks Down the Result of the Channel Seven Sunrise Facebook Survey


From an anonymous contributor

Well, it’s a landslide of like votes for same sex marriage on Sunrise’s Facebook page. 29 323 thumbs up, to 2800 angry faces at last count. But here’s what we suspect the poll really looks like:

27 646 Thumbs Up – Believe in same sex marriage

1677 Thumbs Up – Saw seven of their friends like this post. Just liking to throw the angry mob off the scent.

67 342 No Like or Angry Face – Would absolutely love to Angry Face this, but deathly afraid of the consequences of doing so in regard to intolerant family, friends, and employers.

2800 Angry Face – Have taken the same position that was totally reasonable when Penny Wong took it in 2010, Hillary Clinton in 2012, Barrack Obama in 2008 and Julia Gillard up until 2015. We can logically assume that the 2800 are either against same sex marriage, or at least have political aspirations that trump personal morality.

It’s your XYZ.

  • entropy

    Pretty much the result you would expect from the lobotomised housewives who somehow find the time to watch that garbage while managing to discharge the crushing, full-time responsibility of keeping one house clean and maybe not killing a kid or two.

    Interestingly, the XYZ poll is showing the complete opposite.

    It’s almost like polls with self-selected samples are fake news and a complete waste of everyone’s time. Must be why the left media loves them so much.

    • The viewership of Sunrise has a combined IQ of room temperature.
      The blathering inane twats who host Sunrise have zero IQ between them.
      Nobody with half a neuron watches that pap.

  • Earl Conner

    Hmm, it does set the stage for getting away with voter fraud should that be in the works. I hope we have allies in the ABS and whatever parties hold them accountable. The stakes in Australia analysing marriage are pretty high.

    • Earl Conner

      Actually, that would make a good campaign slogan: ‘analyse marriage before we anal-ise marriage’.

      • SamSammy

        I prefer: “Gay marriage: what will they want NEXT?”

  • SamSammy

    Making respondents use an Anrgy Face emoticon to cast a “No” vote has got to be as blatant an example of loaded questioning as you can get.

    • Earl Conner

      Yeah and a thumbs up icon to appeal to the Facebook simpletons used to mashing that button all day. Pretty pathetic, even for Scum Rise.