A new Harris interactive poll shows that 62% of Americans have no use for polls in their lives.
Harris surveyed 4,212 Americans about their survey habits between April and July. Of this amount, 3,921 respondents hung up right away.
Of the 181 who stuck around to answer the survey, 125 used varying degrees of profanity, peppering the survey employee with such terms as "cockbite" and "douchebag." Another 40 respondents gladly answered the survey honestly and without bitterness toward anything or anyone. The remaining respondents either asked the survey callers out on a date or to be their new friend.
Of the 16 callers who were asked out on dates or to be a friend, 10 immediately quit Harris, wondering how they'd sunk this low in life. The remaining 6 have paired up with the folks they surveyed for "Survivor: Extreme Marketing Edition."