2. Make sure you're as clear as possible Part. 2c) Clarity of poll questions and the phrasing of those questions Continued
Think carefully about what you call your thread, and make sure that your topic/thread question and the poll question correlate!
Take the following example:
Thread Question: Which Pirates of the Caribbean film was the worst?
Poll Question: Which Pirates of the Caribbean film was the best?
The two questions differ and this mistake, although it could be accidental or you may think it's asking the same thing, can actually end up making the results very inaccurate. This would be because members will be looking at the thread question and voting in the poll based on that rather than the poll question and vice versa
.d) Double Polls
Sometimes it's necessary to make a double poll. If there are two elements to a question or two questions with different answers, a double poll will be more appropriate, especially for clarity's sake. This is because it will prevent unrelated answers from becoming mixed up, making it look convoluted.
For example, in this poll regarding the fanart contest, there were two categories/questions to vote in within the poll: