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Results of Knowledge Survey Questions

by Ron Kurtus (updated 9 February 2022)

Note: For a while, I had survey questions on the various topics. Answers were tabulated and placed in a database. That feature has been temporarily put on hold. However, you can still see the results of the survey.

Are you a person who seeks to learn? Yes: 435 (88%) No: 59 (11%) Total: 494
Do you consider yourself a skilled person? Yes: 220 (68%) No: 102 (31%) Total: 322
Do you have confidence in your skills? Yes: 182 (70%) No: 77 (29%) Total: 259
Is talent more important than knowledge? Yes: 508 (32%) No: 1075 (67%) Total: 1583
Can a person be self-taught? Yes: 288 (51%) No: 266 (48%) Total: 554
Are you a person who can learn anything? Yes: 183 (70%) No: 75 (29%) Total: 258
Is knowledge more important than skill? Yes: 146 (49%) No: 147 (50%) Total: 293
Can a talented person be stupid? Yes: 249 (66%) No: 125 (33%) Total: 374
Is confidence related to knowledge? Yes: 171 (70%) No: 70 (29%) Total: 241
Is skill more important than knowledge? Yes: 105 (39%) No: 163 (60%) Total: 268
Can the uneducated be knowledgeable? Yes: 423 (86%) No: 65 (13%) Total: 488

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