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I voted for Gnome Office. Gnumeric is the only tool I sometimes use and I found it to be more compatible with excel than calc.
Other than that I don't have any need for an office suit at home (MS Office at work because I have to ...).
I write my letters in latex (no shit).
Distribution: LMDE/Peppermint/Mint 9,&10/along with a few others
All my wife and I have used is open office mainly because it is compatible with M$ word and we have a lot of files that were put out in word so rather than have billy gates and that crowd we went with what we knew worked.
Distribution: Xubuntu 16.04, Android 5.0.2, Android 4.3, Trisquel 7.0 Mini
I've been using OO.org for a long time now but the stuff they are pulling sounds like an erosion of the FLOSS nature of the system to me. I'll switch to LibreOffice when they have a production version ready.