Readers in Agreement Regarding Advance Directives of Pregnant Women, Split on 'Gamification'

A majority of readers also shared the same opinion regarding self-driving cars.

credit: Morguefile
credit: Morguefile
States should not be allowed to invalidate the advance directives of pregnant women, according to 66 percent of Patch poll respondents (results as of Jan. 17). However, 26 percent of poll respondents believe the rights of the unborn child should outweigh the end of life wishes of the mother. Eight percent were undecided.

Readers were evenly split on the issue of "Gamification" in the workplace. Forty-six percent of poll respondents like the idea of motivating workers with video game-like incentives and 46 percent do not.

Last week, we also surveyed readers on job tenureself-driving cars and "virtual" house calls. Click on the links above to vote in the polls and see how others voted. Note: Polls are not scientific. They are for entertainment purposes only.

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