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Shot Glasses: Media Users and Poll Findings

shot glasses: Only then could relatives be accepted as Facebook friends, according to Vancouver Courier. Social media users are now ubiquitous all over the country. It was time for young Canadians to scrap all those photographs where they found themselves surrounded by shot glasses or bongs, as well as anything that may have seemed remotely lewd. In the middle of a federal electoral campaign, the influence of these platforms in shaping the perceptions of voters is undeniable. When it comes to the past of political contenders, innuendo has taken the place of reasoned analysis. We have seen poll findings become shareable memes that purport to show wide support for a policy, even if the questionnaire's options or data collection were subpar. ( As reported in the news.