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http://ubuntu.stackexchange.com/polls/1/should-unix-linux-and-ubuntu-merge

Is there a way to see the current results? Even after voting the results are not shown. Since it's a "community vote" I think the results should be somehow shown for the users.

This would also be useful to avoid accusations such as "the poll results were doctored; you just wanted to give us the illusion of a community decision".

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Only mods can see the tally, when the voting is over we will release the results

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Any reason for this? I think it would be nice if everyone could see it, in the name of "being open" – Andreas Bonini Aug 21 '10 at 17:30

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