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Previous Poll Results:
Question: How old are you?
10 or under - votes: 39 (0.5%)
11-13 - votes: 127 (1.6%)
14-17 - votes: 712 (8.8%)
18-20 - votes: 1300 (16.1%)
21-23 - votes: 1365 (16.9%)
24-27 - votes: 1655 (20.5%)
28-30 - votes: 1123 (13.9%)
31-35 - votes: 980 (12.1%)
36-40 - votes: 357 (4.4%)
41-50 - votes: 187 (2.3%)
51-60 - votes: 57 (0.7%)
61-70 - votes: 26 (0.3%)
71+ - votes: 163 (2%)
There were 8091 total votes.
The poll ended: May 16th 2020
You can compare this with the old results from 6 years ago: https://www.mangaupdates.com/showtopic.php?tid=45825
» Senrosj on May 16th, 2020, 11:08am
While the poll 6 years ago slightly different choices, it seems like the group 18-21 6 years ago is still the most numerous (or the ones that vote the most.) They are now the 24-27 group. Didn't realize how many people voted on these polls 6 years ago vs how many do now. It's a big difference.
» HikaruYami on May 18th, 2020, 12:42pm
As for the new poll, I'm in the "brushes, does not floss" group.
» animeangelgrl on May 18th, 2020, 1:30pm
» dreamer00013 on May 19th, 2020, 7:13pm
And personally I joined this site for the listing function, to keep an eye on what I read, which wasn't really a thing yet when I was a teen. So if you combine both keeping track and reading, you don't need another site or account, do you?
» Otakuch on May 16th, 2020, 12:24pm
» residentgrigo on May 16th, 2020, 1:11pm
Rarely but not that rarely. We are lacking choices.
» VawX on May 16th, 2020, 1:52pm
» DandelionLilyPetals on May 16th, 2020, 4:59pm
As for the current poll, I mean, the dance was pretty cringy (come at me).
I chose Every few days. Having a first impression on someone where my teeth were not pearly white could give me nightmares. And it's important to keep them healthy! 😁
» naeddyr on May 17th, 2020, 5:53am
» ChildofSecrets on May 18th, 2020, 1:53am
My genes are awful and I got several in-between teeth cavities from not flossing regularly after about 5 years. As a child I flossed daily because I was forced to, as a teen/young adult I rarely did and that was a mistake... I now floss daily.
» vigorousjammer on May 18th, 2020, 1:51pm
This is why I've honestly never felt like flossing has provided me with any kind of health benefits...
If I flossed daily, I would be keeping open, bleeding wounds on my gums. How can that be healthy?
I'll stick with mouthwash to get in-between. It works well enough.
» eccentrrick on May 23rd, 2020, 1:21am
Some advice: Flossing is super important, just like brushing. When gums are angry, they will bleed everyday so you floss more and eventually it'll bleed less. For mouthwash, use alcohol-free anticavity mouthwash like ACT. 🙂