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Results of Behavior Survey Questions

by Ron Kurtus (updated 2 February 2022)

Note: For a while, I had survey questions on the various topics. Answers were tabulated and placed in a database. That feature has been temporarily put on hold. However, you can still see the results of the survey.

Are cats smarter than dogs? Yes: 538 (42%) No: 718 (57%) Total: 1256
Are SUV drivers more aggressive than other drivers? Yes: 335 (54%) No: 280 (45%) Total: 615
Can animals learn a different behavior? Yes: 519 (92%) No: 43 (7%) Total: 562
Is criminal behavior genetic? Yes: 189 (29%) No: 453 (70%) Total: 642
Can TV result in violent behavior? Yes: 463 (75%) No: 150 (24%) Total: 613
Is obedience good behavior? Yes: 333 (63%) No: 194 (36%) Total: 527
Are some people just plain mean? Yes: 1243 (50%) No: 1231 (49%) Total: 2474
Can a robot simulate human behavior? Yes: 215 (48%) No: 226 (51%) Total: 441
Do squirrels annoy you? Yes: 376 (49%) No: 391 (50%) Total: 767
Can a squirrel be trained? Yes: 548 (81%) No: 128 (18%) Total: 676

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