Like We Need Another Eff’n Poll

…to tell us Bingley’s a rude one.

HOW MUCH PROFANITY: About three-fourths of people, 74 percent, said they frequently or occasionally encounter people using profanity or swear words in public. Just over four in 10 of those polled, 42 percent, said they frequently run into such people.
Almost nine in 10 people from age 18-29, 86 percent, said they encounter people who use profanity at least occasionally, compared with 56 percent of those 65 and older. The amount of profanity people encounter tends to drop steadily as age increases. People who make more than $50,000 a year were more likely than those in lower income groups to say they encounter profanity at least occasionally, 81 percent, than those who make less than $25,000 a year, 66 percent.

I got yer #*&%*@ poll results right here.

3 Responses to “Like We Need Another Eff’n Poll”

  1. Crusader says:

    With those low numbers, they must have never been on Xbox Live in a public game.

  2. Cullen says:

    yeah, but all the cursing there starts with crap like: u teh suk beeyotch

  3. Crusader says:

    You on Xbox Live Cullen? Sounds like you’ve heard that a few times.

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