Strange Survey Results

Did you know Americans actually believe that stormy weather affects cloud computing? 1 in 5 Britain’s would prefer to have intimate relationship with robots? 40% of people polled would save their dog before a foreigner? Read some of the interesting results for yourself.

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1. 11% of People Surveyed Believe HTML is a Sexually Transmitted Disease

Yes, you read that headline right. 11% of the people surveyed in America believe that HTML is a sexually transmitted disease. A coupon website interviewed people to see how knowledgeable they were when it came to different technical terms. This was just one of many interesting finds from the survey. On this same survey folks thought, a Gigabyte was a bug that has a primary residence in South America. 23% of the people surveyed thought MP3 players were a robot that played in Star Wars. Another 18% identified a Blue Ray as a creature from the sea.

11 percent of People Surveyed Believe HTML is a Sexually Transmitted Disease

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2. Half of American’s Feel that Stormy Weather Will Bother Cloud Computing

Half of the American population surveyed believe that if you keep your files in the cloud that the stormy weather might change or have some adverse effect on them. For those that don’t know what cloud computing is it is when you have a group of computers to access data online. Some programs that use are the new Microsoft office 365 for example. While bad weather cannot damage cloud computing, there are certain outages that can cause disruption for this type of software. Luckily there are companies similar to ThousandEyes that provide cloud monitoring software as a way to keep an eye on any changes that may happen to a business’s cloud network, ensuring that data is kept safe and stored. Any disruption to the cloud network could cause a lot of issues with a business that heavily relies on the system to keep track of files and important documents. This is why a lot of people like to use Office 365 Monitoring methods in order to give their cloud computing services the best security possible. If you’re interested in better understanding the uses of this technology consider conversing with someone similar to dallas it services.

Half of American's Feel that Stormy Weather Will Bother Cloud Computing

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3. Does the Sun Go around the Earth

About 26% of Americans believe this to be the case. However, it is the Earth that goes around the Sun. On this same survey result, half believed that antibiotics have no impact on viruses. These are some interesting yet scary results when you think about it.

Does the Sun Go around the Earth

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4. One in Five British Wants to Have an Intimate Relationship with a Robot

A recent survey this year of 2000 residents of Britain found that one in five would prefer to have a close relationship with a robot. Another 46% felt that the technological world was advancing far too quickly. An interesting 33% feel that one-day robots will be in place of human cops, teachers, and soldiers.

One in Five British Wants to Have an Intimate Relationship with a Robot

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5. Close to Half of American’s Surveyed Would Save Their Dog before a Foreigner

Picture this. Your dog has run off and escaped into the ongoing traffic. They are moments away from being crushed to death. Maybe even seconds. You also see a foreigner in the same path. Whom do you save first? You would think a human being right? Think again close to half of the American public polled said they would save man’s best friend before a foreigner. For women that were surveyed on this same question it went up to 45% on who would save their dog before a foreigner.

Close to Half of American's Surveyed Would Save Their Dog before a Foreigner

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6. More Churchgoers Support Torture of Suspected Terrorists

One study has found that those who go to church regularly are in favor of torturing suspected terrorists. More than half of those surveyed and attend church at least once a week believe this is the right thing to do. The biggest supporter of this statistic appears to belong to the White Evangelical Protestants. Those who do not go to church are much less likely to support such tactics.

More Churchgoers Support Torture of Suspected Terrorists

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