Updated @ March 6: If you have a Blogger based blog, you can add the poll to your layout simply by clicking Add this poll to your Blogger blog (or the icon) located below the poll.
Since BN is so reluctant to agree to snap polls in order that Perak gets de-entangled back into normalcy, Walski figured that he would instead conduct his own snap polls.
Ok... so what if it's just an opinion poll? Walski wants to know what you think.
And by that token, he'd also appreciate it if you folks could help publicize this poll a little. Especially to your pro-BN friends and acquaintances.
The poll is where all past myAsylum polls are located - at the sidebar on the right side of the screen.
In fact, Walski's gone one step further - he's widgetized the poll (and will do the same with future polls), so that you can easily display the same opinion poll on your own blog. That should be available later this evening.
For the time being, however, the auto-widget function only works for Blogger-based blogs. If you use a different platform, you can download the script by right-clicking here, and select "Save target as..." (or the equivalent on your browser). This will essentially download a text file containing the script, which you can install on your own blog or website.
You see, unlike BN, Walski's not afraid of accepting the real feelings and opinions of the public that myAsylum serves.
It's something Walski learned in marketing - knowing your customers and served markets. Only when you know your clientele can you serve them to the best of your ability.
(the poll choices, why these choices, and more, in the full post)
Because of the criticality of the situation in the Silver State, the poll will be up for only one week, and will close at midnight on Wednesday, March 12. The poll essentially asks which of the three choices do you think is the best way forward for Perak:
- Fresh polls
- Declare emergency rule
- Form a state unity government
These 3, Walski thinks, are the most plausible things that could happen. One of them is probably what most of the more reasonable people think should be the way forward. One of three choices is the worst case scenario that nobody wants to see happen. The third, if it happens, would be nothing short of a miracle...
Well, that's what Walski thinks, anyway. What do you think?