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I am posting to Meta implying "I am unsure to which StackExchange Q&A site to post this question, help me figure to which StackExchange Q&A to post it". The question is

"If I want to post regular _polls_ on certain computer/technical topics,
on which existing popular internet site can I do this (not SE)
(radiobutton-style polls) ?"

Please nota bene I am not talking about polls on SE here. No way.
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There is not a single forum on the Stack Exchange network. There are only Q&A sites. And you are correct, no support for polls. Poll-type questions aren't welcome either at least on the sites I'm familiar with. – Mat Feb 9 '12 at 12:42
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I case you were wondering: Voting is different on meta. Calling SE sites fora is an easy way to attract downvotes. – Dennis Feb 9 '12 at 13:21
    
But first question is valid, "which stackexchange Q&A site is valid for this question", no ? – Andrei Feb 9 '12 at 14:24
    
Yes it is valid...more or less. – Time Traveling Bobby Feb 9 '12 at 15:29
  1. Not here.
  2. Yes, this is correct, we're Q&A, not polls.

Ironically, we were just talking about the missing description about what Stack Exchange is exactly. But the about page of Stack Exchange will give you some ideas.

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But first question is valid, "which stackexchange Q&A site is valid for this question", no ? – Andrei Feb 9 '12 at 14:24

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