ruthless compassion (aroraborealis) wrote,
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r'ship poll

Poll #808835 romantic relationships

I am...

in more than one relationship
42(61.8%)
in one relationship that is nonmonogamous
11(16.2%)
in one monogamous relationship
6(8.8%)
not in a relationship
7(10.3%)
other, you exclusive poll-writer, you!
2(2.9%)

My preferred style of relationship is

committed
49(74.2%)
casual
5(7.6%)
other
12(18.2%)

I...

need my relationships to be of my preferred style
10(14.7%)
can enjoy relationships of other styles
55(80.9%)
other
3(4.4%)

My preferred structure of relationship is

monogamous
10(15.2%)
nonmonogamous
41(62.1%)
either of the above
10(15.2%)
something else
5(7.6%)

I...

need to be in a relationship of my preferred structure
28(43.8%)
can enjoy relationships with other structures
30(46.9%)
other
6(9.4%)

I:

am cos
2(100.0%)
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