10% of americans think that HTML is an STD,.. obviously.
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To be fair, if they don't know, they don't know.. putting other words in their mouth and then bashing them for those isn't quite ethical in my mind..
I agree too. Just because a person is not tech savvy doesn't mean they're stupid, they just don''t have any interest in technology or computer/network terms. If I took the survey I would pass because I've been a computer hobbyist for many years.
If I took a survey on science and chemistry I would failed miserably because I have no interest in that subject.
While I agree with previous comments about the unreliability of email (and other) surveys, I don't see what the problem is with people knowing that HTML is a STD. Last time I checked, it certainly was a standard. It may be violated by certain companies, and come in different versions, but it is still a standard, and a published one at that.
If the responders took that survey seriously then it's pretty scary, though I couldn't help thinking that those who thought eggs come from wheat or maize were right - hens can and do eat both types of grain.