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Note: set response grain to "fine" for details on "other" responses.

Population  AOS Response details

A priori knowledge: yes or no?

Accept: yes 473 / 931 (50.8%)
Lean toward: yes 189 / 931 (20.3%)
Lean toward: no 113 / 931 (12.1%)
Accept: no 58 / 931 (6.2%)
The question is too unclear to answer 43 / 931 (4.6%)
Agnostic/undecided 15 / 931 (1.6%)
Accept an intermediate view 11 / 931 (1.2%)
Accept another alternative 8 / 931 (0.9%)
Insufficiently familiar with the issue 6 / 931 (0.6%)
Skip 5 / 931 (0.5%)
Accept both 4 / 931 (0.4%)
There is no fact of the matter 3 / 931 (0.3%)
Other 2 / 931 (0.2%)
Reject both 1 / 931 (0.1%)

Abstract objects: Platonism or nominalism?

Lean toward: nominalism 210 / 931 (22.6%)
Accept: Platonism 184 / 931 (19.8%)
Lean toward: Platonism 182 / 931 (19.5%)
Accept: nominalism 141 / 931 (15.1%)
Agnostic/undecided 47 / 931 (5.0%)
Accept another alternative 46 / 931 (4.9%)
Reject both 34 / 931 (3.7%)
Insufficiently familiar with the issue 26 / 931 (2.8%)
Accept an intermediate view 21 / 931 (2.3%)
The question is too unclear to answer 19 / 931 (2.0%)
Skip 9 / 931 (1.0%)
There is no fact of the matter 8 / 931 (0.9%)
Other 2 / 931 (0.2%)
Accept both 2 / 931 (0.2%)

Aesthetic value: objective or subjective?

Lean toward: objective 252 / 931 (27.1%)
Lean toward: subjective 181 / 931 (19.4%)
Accept: subjective 140 / 931 (15.0%)
Accept: objective 130 / 931 (14.0%)
Accept an intermediate view 61 / 931 (6.6%)
The question is too unclear to answer 42 / 931 (4.5%)
Agnostic/undecided 30 / 931 (3.2%)
Insufficiently familiar with the issue 29 / 931 (3.1%)
Accept both 24 / 931 (2.6%)
Accept another alternative 24 / 931 (2.6%)
Reject both 9 / 931 (1.0%)
Skip 4 / 931 (0.4%)
Other 3 / 931 (0.3%)
There is no fact of the matter 2 / 931 (0.2%)

Analytic-synthetic distinction: yes or no?

Accept: yes 343 / 931 (36.8%)
Lean toward: yes 261 / 931 (28.0%)
Lean toward: no 136 / 931 (14.6%)
Accept: no 116 / 931 (12.5%)
The question is too unclear to answer 23 / 931 (2.5%)
Agnostic/undecided 18 / 931 (1.9%)
Accept an intermediate view 11 / 931 (1.2%)
Accept another alternative 6 / 931 (0.6%)
Skip 6 / 931 (0.6%)
Insufficiently familiar with the issue 4 / 931 (0.4%)
Accept both 3 / 931 (0.3%)
There is no fact of the matter 2 / 931 (0.2%)
Other 1 / 931 (0.1%)
Reject both 1 / 931 (0.1%)

Epistemic justification: internalism or externalism?

Lean toward: externalism 249 / 931 (26.7%)
Lean toward: internalism 161 / 931 (17.3%)
Accept: externalism 149 / 931 (16.0%)
Accept: internalism 85 / 931 (9.1%)
Accept an intermediate view 64 / 931 (6.9%)
Agnostic/undecided 56 / 931 (6.0%)
Insufficiently familiar with the issue 44 / 931 (4.7%)
Accept both 43 / 931 (4.6%)
The question is too unclear to answer 28 / 931 (3.0%)
Accept another alternative 20 / 931 (2.1%)
Skip 15 / 931 (1.6%)
There is no fact of the matter 7 / 931 (0.8%)
Reject both 6 / 931 (0.6%)
Other 4 / 931 (0.4%)

External world: idealism, skepticism, or non-skeptical realism?

Accept: non-skeptical realism 572 / 931 (61.4%)
Lean toward: non-skeptical realism 188 / 931 (20.2%)
Lean toward: skepticism 28 / 931 (3.0%)
Lean toward: idealism 25 / 931 (2.7%)
Accept another alternative 24 / 931 (2.6%)
Accept: skepticism 17 / 931 (1.8%)
Accept: idealism 15 / 931 (1.6%)
The question is too unclear to answer 14 / 931 (1.5%)
Accept an intermediate view 12 / 931 (1.3%)
Reject all 11 / 931 (1.2%)
Skip 6 / 931 (0.6%)
There is no fact of the matter 5 / 931 (0.5%)
Other 4 / 931 (0.4%)
Agnostic/undecided 4 / 931 (0.4%)
Accept more than one 3 / 931 (0.3%)
Reject one, undecided between others 3 / 931 (0.3%)

Free will: compatibilism, libertarianism, or no free will?

Accept: compatibilism 324 / 931 (34.8%)
Lean toward: compatibilism 226 / 931 (24.3%)
Accept: libertarianism 72 / 931 (7.7%)
Lean toward: no free will 61 / 931 (6.6%)
Lean toward: libertarianism 56 / 931 (6.0%)
Accept: no free will 53 / 931 (5.7%)
Agnostic/undecided 38 / 931 (4.1%)
The question is too unclear to answer 26 / 931 (2.8%)
Accept another alternative 16 / 931 (1.7%)
Insufficiently familiar with the issue 16 / 931 (1.7%)
Accept an intermediate view 10 / 931 (1.1%)
Reject all 9 / 931 (1.0%)
There is no fact of the matter 8 / 931 (0.9%)
Reject one, undecided between others 7 / 931 (0.8%)
Accept more than one 3 / 931 (0.3%)
Skip 3 / 931 (0.3%)
Other 3 / 931 (0.3%)

God: theism or atheism?

Accept: atheism 576 / 931 (61.9%)
Lean toward: atheism 102 / 931 (11.0%)
Accept: theism 99 / 931 (10.6%)
Agnostic/undecided 51 / 931 (5.5%)
Lean toward: theism 37 / 931 (4.0%)
Reject both 16 / 931 (1.7%)
The question is too unclear to answer 16 / 931 (1.7%)
Skip 9 / 931 (1.0%)
Accept another alternative 8 / 931 (0.9%)
Accept an intermediate view 7 / 931 (0.8%)
Other 5 / 931 (0.5%)
There is no fact of the matter 5 / 931 (0.5%)

Knowledge claims: contextualism, relativism, or invariantism?

Lean toward: contextualism 261 / 931 (28.0%)
Lean toward: invariantism 183 / 931 (19.7%)
Accept: contextualism 112 / 931 (12.0%)
Accept: invariantism 107 / 931 (11.5%)
Insufficiently familiar with the issue 84 / 931 (9.0%)
Agnostic/undecided 53 / 931 (5.7%)
The question is too unclear to answer 23 / 931 (2.5%)
Skip 18 / 931 (1.9%)
Reject one, undecided between others 18 / 931 (1.9%)
Lean toward: relativism 16 / 931 (1.7%)
Accept another alternative 12 / 931 (1.3%)
Accept: relativism 11 / 931 (1.2%)
Accept an intermediate view 9 / 931 (1.0%)
Accept more than one 8 / 931 (0.9%)
There is no fact of the matter 7 / 931 (0.8%)
Reject all 6 / 931 (0.6%)
Other 3 / 931 (0.3%)

Knowledge: empiricism or rationalism?

Lean toward: empiricism 199 / 931 (21.4%)
Lean toward: rationalism 160 / 931 (17.2%)
Accept: empiricism 127 / 931 (13.6%)
Accept an intermediate view 106 / 931 (11.4%)
Accept: rationalism 99 / 931 (10.6%)
The question is too unclear to answer 91 / 931 (9.8%)
Accept both 59 / 931 (6.3%)
Reject both 33 / 931 (3.5%)
Accept another alternative 25 / 931 (2.7%)
Agnostic/undecided 18 / 931 (1.9%)
Insufficiently familiar with the issue 5 / 931 (0.5%)
Skip 5 / 931 (0.5%)
Other 2 / 931 (0.2%)
There is no fact of the matter 2 / 931 (0.2%)

Laws of nature: Humean or non-Humean?

Accept: non-Humean 272 / 931 (29.2%)
Lean toward: non-Humean 260 / 931 (27.9%)
Lean toward: Humean 149 / 931 (16.0%)
Accept: Humean 81 / 931 (8.7%)
Agnostic/undecided 60 / 931 (6.4%)
Insufficiently familiar with the issue 51 / 931 (5.5%)
The question is too unclear to answer 17 / 931 (1.8%)
Accept another alternative 11 / 931 (1.2%)
Skip 11 / 931 (1.2%)
Reject both 7 / 931 (0.8%)
Other 5 / 931 (0.5%)
Accept an intermediate view 4 / 931 (0.4%)
There is no fact of the matter 2 / 931 (0.2%)
Accept both 1 / 931 (0.1%)

Logic: classical or non-classical?

Accept: classical 257 / 931 (27.6%)
Lean toward: classical 223 / 931 (24.0%)
Insufficiently familiar with the issue 112 / 931 (12.0%)
Lean toward: non-classical 74 / 931 (7.9%)
Accept: non-classical 69 / 931 (7.4%)
Agnostic/undecided 52 / 931 (5.6%)
Accept both 48 / 931 (5.2%)
The question is too unclear to answer 32 / 931 (3.4%)
There is no fact of the matter 30 / 931 (3.2%)
Skip 13 / 931 (1.4%)
Accept an intermediate view 8 / 931 (0.9%)
Accept another alternative 8 / 931 (0.9%)
Other 3 / 931 (0.3%)
Reject both 2 / 931 (0.2%)

Mental content: internalism or externalism?

Lean toward: externalism 239 / 931 (25.7%)
Accept: externalism 237 / 931 (25.5%)
Lean toward: internalism 117 / 931 (12.6%)
Accept: internalism 69 / 931 (7.4%)
Insufficiently familiar with the issue 53 / 931 (5.7%)
Agnostic/undecided 52 / 931 (5.6%)
Accept an intermediate view 41 / 931 (4.4%)
Accept both 36 / 931 (3.9%)
The question is too unclear to answer 28 / 931 (3.0%)
Accept another alternative 21 / 931 (2.3%)
Skip 15 / 931 (1.6%)
Reject both 13 / 931 (1.4%)
Other 6 / 931 (0.6%)
There is no fact of the matter 4 / 931 (0.4%)

Meta-ethics: moral realism or moral anti-realism?

Accept: moral realism 300 / 931 (32.2%)
Lean toward: moral realism 225 / 931 (24.2%)
Lean toward: moral anti-realism 135 / 931 (14.5%)
Accept: moral anti-realism 123 / 931 (13.2%)
The question is too unclear to answer 27 / 931 (2.9%)
Accept another alternative 25 / 931 (2.7%)
Agnostic/undecided 24 / 931 (2.6%)
Accept an intermediate view 23 / 931 (2.5%)
Insufficiently familiar with the issue 23 / 931 (2.5%)
Skip 10 / 931 (1.1%)
Reject both 9 / 931 (1.0%)
There is no fact of the matter 3 / 931 (0.3%)
Other 2 / 931 (0.2%)
Accept both 2 / 931 (0.2%)

Metaphilosophy: naturalism or non-naturalism?

Accept: naturalism 284 / 931 (30.5%)
Lean toward: naturalism 180 / 931 (19.3%)
Accept: non-naturalism 138 / 931 (14.8%)
Lean toward: non-naturalism 103 / 931 (11.1%)
The question is too unclear to answer 90 / 931 (9.7%)
Insufficiently familiar with the issue 63 / 931 (6.8%)
Agnostic/undecided 25 / 931 (2.7%)
Accept an intermediate view 12 / 931 (1.3%)
Skip 11 / 931 (1.2%)
Reject both 9 / 931 (1.0%)
Accept another alternative 7 / 931 (0.8%)
Accept both 4 / 931 (0.4%)
There is no fact of the matter 3 / 931 (0.3%)
Other 2 / 931 (0.2%)

Mind: physicalism or non-physicalism?

Accept: physicalism 322 / 931 (34.6%)
Lean toward: physicalism 204 / 931 (21.9%)
Accept: non-physicalism 132 / 931 (14.2%)
Lean toward: non-physicalism 120 / 931 (12.9%)
The question is too unclear to answer 59 / 931 (6.3%)
Agnostic/undecided 23 / 931 (2.5%)
Accept an intermediate view 22 / 931 (2.4%)
Accept another alternative 18 / 931 (1.9%)
Reject both 12 / 931 (1.3%)
Insufficiently familiar with the issue 8 / 931 (0.9%)
Skip 4 / 931 (0.4%)
Accept both 3 / 931 (0.3%)
There is no fact of the matter 3 / 931 (0.3%)
Other 1 / 931 (0.1%)

Moral judgment: cognitivism or non-cognitivism?

Accept: cognitivism 377 / 931 (40.5%)
Lean toward: cognitivism 235 / 931 (25.2%)
Lean toward: non-cognitivism 105 / 931 (11.3%)
Accept: non-cognitivism 53 / 931 (5.7%)
Insufficiently familiar with the issue 44 / 931 (4.7%)
Accept an intermediate view 37 / 931 (4.0%)
Agnostic/undecided 20 / 931 (2.1%)
Accept another alternative 18 / 931 (1.9%)
The question is too unclear to answer 16 / 931 (1.7%)
Accept both 11 / 931 (1.2%)
Skip 10 / 931 (1.1%)
Other 2 / 931 (0.2%)
Reject both 2 / 931 (0.2%)
There is no fact of the matter 1 / 931 (0.1%)

Moral motivation: internalism or externalism?

Lean toward: internalism 205 / 931 (22.0%)
Lean toward: externalism 154 / 931 (16.5%)
Insufficiently familiar with the issue 138 / 931 (14.8%)
Accept: externalism 123 / 931 (13.2%)
Accept: internalism 120 / 931 (12.9%)
Agnostic/undecided 56 / 931 (6.0%)
The question is too unclear to answer 45 / 931 (4.8%)
Accept an intermediate view 33 / 931 (3.5%)
Skip 20 / 931 (2.1%)
Accept both 17 / 931 (1.8%)
Reject both 9 / 931 (1.0%)
Accept another alternative 7 / 931 (0.8%)
Other 3 / 931 (0.3%)
There is no fact of the matter 1 / 931 (0.1%)

Newcomb's problem: one box or two boxes?

Insufficiently familiar with the issue 219 / 931 (23.5%)
Accept: two boxes 191 / 931 (20.5%)
Agnostic/undecided 124 / 931 (13.3%)
Accept: one box 109 / 931 (11.7%)
Lean toward: two boxes 101 / 931 (10.8%)
Lean toward: one box 89 / 931 (9.6%)
Skip 44 / 931 (4.7%)
The question is too unclear to answer 19 / 931 (2.0%)
There is no fact of the matter 15 / 931 (1.6%)
Accept another alternative 6 / 931 (0.6%)
Other 5 / 931 (0.5%)
Reject both 5 / 931 (0.5%)
Accept both 3 / 931 (0.3%)
Accept an intermediate view 1 / 931 (0.1%)

Normative ethics: deontology, consequentialism, or virtue ethics?

Lean toward: deontology 149 / 931 (16.0%)
Lean toward: consequentialism 130 / 931 (14.0%)
Lean toward: virtue ethics 117 / 931 (12.6%)
Accept: deontology 92 / 931 (9.9%)
Accept: consequentialism 90 / 931 (9.7%)
Accept more than one 78 / 931 (8.4%)
Accept: virtue ethics 52 / 931 (5.6%)
Agnostic/undecided 48 / 931 (5.2%)
Accept an intermediate view 37 / 931 (4.0%)
Accept another alternative 33 / 931 (3.5%)
Insufficiently familiar with the issue 31 / 931 (3.3%)
Reject all 25 / 931 (2.7%)
The question is too unclear to answer 17 / 931 (1.8%)
There is no fact of the matter 10 / 931 (1.1%)
Other 8 / 931 (0.9%)
Reject one, undecided between others 8 / 931 (0.9%)
Skip 6 / 931 (0.6%)

Perceptual experience: disjunctivism, qualia theory, representationalism, or sense-datum theory?

Lean toward: representationalism 197 / 931 (21.2%)
Insufficiently familiar with the issue 151 / 931 (16.2%)
Accept: representationalism 96 / 931 (10.3%)
Lean toward: qualia theory 84 / 931 (9.0%)
Agnostic/undecided 78 / 931 (8.4%)
Lean toward: disjunctivism 69 / 931 (7.4%)
Accept another alternative 36 / 931 (3.9%)
Accept: disjunctivism 33 / 931 (3.5%)
Reject all 31 / 931 (3.3%)
Accept: qualia theory 30 / 931 (3.2%)
The question is too unclear to answer 24 / 931 (2.6%)
Skip 21 / 931 (2.3%)
Reject one or two, undecided between others 21 / 931 (2.3%)
Accept more than one 17 / 931 (1.8%)
Lean toward: sense-datum theory 17 / 931 (1.8%)
Accept: sense-datum theory 12 / 931 (1.3%)
Accept an intermediate view 7 / 931 (0.8%)
Other 5 / 931 (0.5%)
There is no fact of the matter 2 / 931 (0.2%)

Personal identity: biological view, psychological view, or further-fact view?

Lean toward: psychological view 211 / 931 (22.7%)
Lean toward: biological view 105 / 931 (11.3%)
Accept: psychological view 102 / 931 (11.0%)
Agnostic/undecided 79 / 931 (8.5%)
Lean toward: further-fact view 73 / 931 (7.8%)
Insufficiently familiar with the issue 58 / 931 (6.2%)
Accept: biological view 52 / 931 (5.6%)
Accept: further-fact view 41 / 931 (4.4%)
There is no fact of the matter 39 / 931 (4.2%)
Accept more than one 37 / 931 (4.0%)
Accept another alternative 36 / 931 (3.9%)
The question is too unclear to answer 26 / 931 (2.8%)
Accept an intermediate view 25 / 931 (2.7%)
Reject all 24 / 931 (2.6%)
Reject one, undecided between others 10 / 931 (1.1%)
Skip 8 / 931 (0.9%)
Other 5 / 931 (0.5%)

Politics: communitarianism, egalitarianism, or libertarianism?

Lean toward: egalitarianism 191 / 931 (20.5%)
Accept: egalitarianism 133 / 931 (14.3%)
Lean toward: communitarianism 108 / 931 (11.6%)
Insufficiently familiar with the issue 100 / 931 (10.7%)
Lean toward: libertarianism 65 / 931 (7.0%)
Agnostic/undecided 51 / 931 (5.5%)
The question is too unclear to answer 42 / 931 (4.5%)
Accept more than one 37 / 931 (4.0%)
Accept another alternative 37 / 931 (4.0%)
Accept an intermediate view 35 / 931 (3.8%)
Reject all 32 / 931 (3.4%)
Accept: libertarianism 27 / 931 (2.9%)
Accept: communitarianism 25 / 931 (2.7%)
Skip 19 / 931 (2.0%)
Reject one, undecided between others 17 / 931 (1.8%)
Other 7 / 931 (0.8%)
There is no fact of the matter 5 / 931 (0.5%)

Proper names: Fregean or Millian?

Lean toward: Millian 174 / 931 (18.7%)
Lean toward: Fregean 168 / 931 (18.0%)
Accept: Millian 147 / 931 (15.8%)
Insufficiently familiar with the issue 128 / 931 (13.7%)
Accept: Fregean 99 / 931 (10.6%)
Agnostic/undecided 59 / 931 (6.3%)
Accept an intermediate view 39 / 931 (4.2%)
Accept another alternative 32 / 931 (3.4%)
The question is too unclear to answer 24 / 931 (2.6%)
Reject both 22 / 931 (2.4%)
Skip 14 / 931 (1.5%)
Accept both 10 / 931 (1.1%)
There is no fact of the matter 9 / 931 (1.0%)
Other 6 / 931 (0.6%)

Science: scientific realism or scientific anti-realism?

Accept: scientific realism 438 / 931 (47.0%)
Lean toward: scientific realism 261 / 931 (28.0%)
Lean toward: scientific anti-realism 77 / 931 (8.3%)
Accept: scientific anti-realism 31 / 931 (3.3%)
Accept an intermediate view 30 / 931 (3.2%)
The question is too unclear to answer 23 / 931 (2.5%)
Insufficiently familiar with the issue 19 / 931 (2.0%)
Reject both 15 / 931 (1.6%)
Accept another alternative 15 / 931 (1.6%)
Agnostic/undecided 14 / 931 (1.5%)
Skip 3 / 931 (0.3%)
Other 3 / 931 (0.3%)
Accept both 2 / 931 (0.2%)

Teletransporter (new matter): survival or death?

Lean toward: survival 211 / 931 (22.7%)
Accept: death 162 / 931 (17.4%)
Lean toward: death 128 / 931 (13.7%)
Accept: survival 126 / 931 (13.5%)
Insufficiently familiar with the issue 86 / 931 (9.2%)
Agnostic/undecided 80 / 931 (8.6%)
There is no fact of the matter 56 / 931 (6.0%)
The question is too unclear to answer 34 / 931 (3.7%)
Skip 19 / 931 (2.0%)
Other 8 / 931 (0.9%)
Accept another alternative 7 / 931 (0.8%)
Reject both 6 / 931 (0.6%)
Accept an intermediate view 5 / 931 (0.5%)
Accept both 3 / 931 (0.3%)

Time: A-theory or B-theory?

Insufficiently familiar with the issue 287 / 931 (30.8%)
Accept: B-theory 147 / 931 (15.8%)
Agnostic/undecided 98 / 931 (10.5%)
Lean toward: B-theory 98 / 931 (10.5%)
Lean toward: A-theory 88 / 931 (9.5%)
Accept: A-theory 56 / 931 (6.0%)
Skip 53 / 931 (5.7%)
Accept both 29 / 931 (3.1%)
The question is too unclear to answer 19 / 931 (2.0%)
There is no fact of the matter 17 / 931 (1.8%)
Accept another alternative 13 / 931 (1.4%)
Reject both 11 / 931 (1.2%)
Other 8 / 931 (0.9%)
Accept an intermediate view 7 / 931 (0.8%)

Trolley problem (five straight ahead, one on side track, turn requires switching, what ought one do?): switch or don't switch?

Accept: switch 420 / 931 (45.1%)
Lean toward: switch 215 / 931 (23.1%)
Agnostic/undecided 60 / 931 (6.4%)
Lean toward: don't switch 45 / 931 (4.8%)
Insufficiently familiar with the issue 42 / 931 (4.5%)
There is no fact of the matter 34 / 931 (3.7%)
The question is too unclear to answer 27 / 931 (2.9%)
Accept: don't switch 26 / 931 (2.8%)
Reject both 18 / 931 (1.9%)
Skip 15 / 931 (1.6%)
Accept another alternative 11 / 931 (1.2%)
Other 10 / 931 (1.1%)
Accept an intermediate view 4 / 931 (0.4%)
Accept both 4 / 931 (0.4%)

Truth: correspondence, deflationary, or epistemic?

Accept: correspondence 244 / 931 (26.2%)
Lean toward: correspondence 229 / 931 (24.6%)
Lean toward: deflationary 147 / 931 (15.8%)
Accept: deflationary 84 / 931 (9.0%)
Lean toward: epistemic 47 / 931 (5.0%)
Agnostic/undecided 32 / 931 (3.4%)
Insufficiently familiar with the issue 28 / 931 (3.0%)
Reject all 23 / 931 (2.5%)
Accept another alternative 20 / 931 (2.1%)
Accept: epistemic 17 / 931 (1.8%)
Accept more than one 16 / 931 (1.7%)
The question is too unclear to answer 13 / 931 (1.4%)
Reject one, undecided between others 12 / 931 (1.3%)
Skip 8 / 931 (0.9%)
Accept an intermediate view 5 / 931 (0.5%)
Other 4 / 931 (0.4%)
There is no fact of the matter 2 / 931 (0.2%)

Zombies: inconceivable, conceivable but not metaphysically possible, or metaphysically possible?

Lean toward: conceivable but not metaphysically possible 191 / 931 (20.5%)
Accept: conceivable but not metaphysically possible 140 / 931 (15.0%)
Accept: metaphysically possible 115 / 931 (12.4%)
Lean toward: metaphysically possible 102 / 931 (11.0%)
Insufficiently familiar with the issue 84 / 931 (9.0%)
Lean toward: inconceivable 82 / 931 (8.8%)
Accept: inconceivable 67 / 931 (7.2%)
Agnostic/undecided 61 / 931 (6.6%)
The question is too unclear to answer 40 / 931 (4.3%)
There is no fact of the matter 12 / 931 (1.3%)
Skip 10 / 931 (1.1%)
Reject all 10 / 931 (1.1%)
Other 9 / 931 (1.0%)
Accept another alternative 5 / 931 (0.5%)
Reject one, undecided between others 3 / 931 (0.3%)

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