Final results of survey about your first-ever "PSB product"

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Final results of survey about your first-ever "PSB product"

#1 Post by geowayne » Sun 04 Nov 2018, 5:54 am

The final results are in for my survey of the past two weeks, in which I asked my site visitors about the first-ever "Pet Shop Boys product" they ever bought, or at least that they ever owned. And the selection chosen by the largest number of voters was:

* The album Actually, cited by 16.7% of the voters as their first-ever "PSB product."

To see the complete results, please visit my "Commentary" site at http://www.geowayne.com/psbhtml.htm and select one of the "Past Survey Results" options in the top navigation bar or click the appropriate link on my "What's New?" page.

My new poll for the week ahead -- and, yes, I'm now returning to my typical weekly poll schedule -- may be a little more conceptually challenging than most. Here's how it works: I've listed each of the Pet Shop Boys' singles for which they also released a music video (not counting one of those mere "lyric videos" that have grown more common of late), and I'm asking you to compare the relative quality, however you define it for yourself, of the song versus its video. You may then place two votes: one for the song/video combo in which you feel the quality of the song itself is the "most better," so to speak, compared to the video, and the other for the combo in which you believe the quality of the video is the "most better" compared to the song. For instance, if you don't much care for both the song and its video -- that is, you don't like either one of them -- then that's not a good choice for you. But if you really like the song and don't like the video, or vice-versa, then it's an excellent candidate for your vote. Just pick the ones for which you feel that way most strongly. Please note that you don't have to place two votes if you don't want to; if you prefer, you can vote in only one category. Thanks so much to Rashomon for suggesting this intriguing poll question!

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