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What does the future look like?

Option A

Bf7d93f49154e2910377b6d0d7d20fcf90e95127


28/50 votes

Full Poll Results

Published Nov 21, 2015
Public

What does the future look like?

50 Respondents General Population

Option A

Bf7d93f49154e2910377b6d0d7d20fcf90e95127


28 votes
Option B

Bf0b815e3f2356fc09d9466bddf14694ca125e96


22 votes

Responses

Responses to Option A
1
The future is bright.
2
I am optimistic that the future will be beautiful.
3
Hope for the best.
4
I like the architecture. It doesn't look as bleak as the other one.
5
I think each recent generation has been better than the last, and globalization means conflicts between countries will end.
6
i believe the future will get better not worse
7
Oh gosh. I watch The Walking Dead, and that future is more like B - but I'm going to be optimistic and pick A! I'm hoping that, at least for a good long while, things will be clean and working and connected. And that the sky will still be blue, and there will be people around!
8
Hopefully, anyways.
9
I think it will look closer to A. I think B is possible but I don't think people will be there if it looks like B.
10
things have been headed in a positive direction, not negative as the other pic shows
11
I'm an optimist, we will advance!
12
I think it will be beautiful
13
I like to hope we will get together and save the future before we destroy it.
14
This was a hard choice because I believe climate change will have negative impacts, but I also believe that advancements in technology will help make the world a better place. I chose A because it is the more likely future.
15
I try to be optimistic.
16
Technology is developing at a rapid pace and more people are becoming conscious of global problems. Change is happening for the good!
17
i am hopeful
18
I personally feel that Option A is what I feel the future will look like. Technology is one of the main reasons why I find that Option A will be what the future looks like.
19
hope and pray. Look for the best and do what we can to make it reality.
20
Option B is bleak and depressing. I'd rather be optimistic and look forward to a bright, futuristic concept.
21
My glass is half full. Tomorrow is always a better day.
22
If we embrace science and technology, and focus on increasing the quality of life, we could have a sustainable existence far on into the future.
23
I'm hoping that human civilization continues and advances. I don't want the world to face cataclysm.
24
We have a bright future...hoping against an apocolypse.
25
I'm more optimistic than the dystopian future depicted in Option B.
26
Stands out more
27
I'm generally hopeful and optimistic and think we will turn it around before it gets to be like option B.
28
Societies evolve to enhance the quality of life, and a more efficient life means more can be done in the short span that we have (and with science, we can make it longer!)
Responses to Option B
1
A doesn't seem realistic at all.
2
Realistically? Neither of these.
3
I'd imagine A would happen in the near future, then B would happen in the ultimate future, just because we live in a generation where the entire population continuously wants more and more, and it will end up draining all the finite resources we have. Look at Detroit for example. That's the future of America in 50 years.
4
much as I'd love to see option A, I really don't see humanity getting itself together before option B happens
5
Wish it was A, but humans are destructive AND wasteful.
6
I think with the way we're treating the environment, we're going to end up causing huge environmental disasters which will drastically affect our population.
7
Infrastructure is rotting (like the bridge system) and no one pays much attention to it because attention only comes from catastrophic failures.
8
we'll kill ourselves
9
It looks bleak to be honest :(
10
With all the environmental problems, we are so leading towards option B. All human made structures will probably be overgrown or even underwater depending on where you are.
11
Both images are sad in their own way. I think war and a wretched economy finally catch up to us. Nature and the animals take back the cities and roads. Maybe not so bad.
12
this is it
13
I think we are destroying or our land.
14
Looks more real, hope it looks more like this at least! Because there is still green grass.
15
Isis impact to hinder progress.
16
just feels a bit more right
17
B seems to make more sense in this situation since things don't stay pristine forever (due to entropy)
18
Option B shows what the future has in store if ISIS isn't stopped. I hope the other option comes true though.
19
I am somewhat disenchanted with the idealistic visions of the future because I have seen too many worrisome issues going improperly addressed, such as global climate change and aggressive tyrants.
20
Because society's frankly kinda screwed up and not exactly getting better. Our government is a mess and is only making things worse, and the global community seems to be helping fighting at least as much as it helps friendship.
21
It's funny, when i was younger I would have said Option A without a single doubt. Now, while I HOPE Option A is what comes to pass, more and more it's feeling like Option B is what the future will actually be.
22
I chose B because not enough is being done to protect the earth and its resources, and the picture looks post-war.

Demographics

Gender
Male (0%)
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Age
3-17 (0%)
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18-34 (0%)0
35-49 (0%)0
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Ethnicity
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Black (0%)0
Asian (0%)0
Hispanic (0%)0
Other (0%)0
Education
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Gender for Option A
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Gender for Option B
Male (0%)
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Male (0%)0
Female (0%)0
Age for Option A
3-17 (0%)
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3-17 (0%)0
18-34 (0%)0
35-49 (0%)0
50-64 (0%)0
65+ (0%)0
Age for Option B
3-17 (0%)
TraitPercentage
3-17 (0%)0
18-34 (0%)0
35-49 (0%)0
50-64 (0%)0
65+ (0%)0
Income for Option A
$0-30k (0%)
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$60-100k (0%)0
$100k+ (0%)0
Income for Option B
$0-30k (0%)
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$0-30k (0%)0
$30-60k (0%)0
$60-100k (0%)0
$100k+ (0%)0
Ethnicity for Option A
White (0%)
TraitPercentage
White (0%)0
Black (0%)0
Asian (0%)0
Hispanic (0%)0
Other (0%)0
Ethnicity for Option B
White (0%)
TraitPercentage
White (0%)0
Black (0%)0
Asian (0%)0
Hispanic (0%)0
Other (0%)0
Education for Option A
High School (0%)
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Education for Option B
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A

Votes by demographic segment

B


Gender
60%
Male (20)
40%
53%
Female (30)
46%

Age
-
3-17 (None)
-
51%
18-34 (29)
48%
60%
35-49 (15)
40%
66%
50-64 (6)
33%
-
65+ (None)
-

Income
63%
$0-30k (22)
36%
36%
$30-60k (11)
63%
60%
$60-100k (15)
40%
50%
$100k+ (2)
50%

Ethnicity
52%
White (36)
47%
66%
Black (3)
33%
57%
Asian (7)
42%
100%
Hispanic (1)
0%
66%
Other (3)
33%

Education
75%
High School (4)
25%
52%
College (34)
47%
58%
Grad School (12)
41%
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