When I see someone essentially pre-posting every side of an issue (as in a poll), I generally remove the answers and leave them with this guidance:
I removed the polling-style answers you posted in favor of an open discussion. If you have thoughts on the issue yourself, please feel free to post it as an answer, but it is generally better to let everyone have a voice to express their own views rather pre-posting all sides of the conversation yourself.
It's not difficult to infer what the community wants from the conversation while allowing for the possibility that there's an issue we have not considered. Polling is not a good substitute for discussion. Thanks.
If you see this style of polling, you should flag the answers to have them removed with similar guidance.
Are poll-style questions acceptable on meta sites?
I can appreciate the desire in someone to step up and elicit decisive action with expediency, but that doesn't mean they should essentially control the entire conversation in one voice. That last bit about open discussion often (very often) raises issues that would have been lost in a simple poll. Even the simplest issues can involve more than simple yes/no answer. You just don't know until everyone has a say. No one person should be allowed to lay out all sides of an issue themselves.