NationStates Jolt Archive

Forum Polls

Intl Red Cross
30-11-2005, 01:21
I've never actually tested this until today and yesterday, but it seems that the Jolt forum allows different nations / member IDs to vote independently on Jolt Polls.

For example, there is a poll in the UN forum in which my puppet: Intl Red Cross and Mikitivity *both* have voted on.

Has this always been the case, or has something on Jolt changed to allow me to "wank" in forum polls. In either case, I now view Jolt Polls with a bit more of a weary eye -- as this was effortless for me to vote twice!
30-11-2005, 01:27

I dunno. I thought that this was possible all the time, but it could have been something that was added during the update...
Intl Red Cross
30-11-2005, 02:01
It very well could have been the case, as the former moderator I was talking to at the time could easily have been misunderstanding my question about Jolt polls.
30-11-2005, 02:18
Every forum account can vote in polls. There is no IP matching, otherwise proxy-using ISPs like AOL would be unfairly penalized.

Jolt polls have all the authority and rigor of political party polls ... that is to say, none.