Quote Originally Posted by ntenny View Post
That's if you believe that what people say on the internet reflects how they will actually behave (and if you believe that the things said by the relatively few active posters are a good model of the views of the lurking majority). Personally, I betcha it doesn't.

But then again, the people who do market research already know that. And how to correct for it. That's their job. And that job was no different in decades past when they had to decipher how many of those customers who made their product wishes known down at the bottom of all of those mail-in warranty registration cards were also serious about what they wrote. Nothing new here.

More information, whether it be raw or corrected, is always better than less information. Especially when it's essentially free for the taking.