This has arguably been the most interesting and definitely the most popular poll I’ve run on this blog so far. 108 people voted, which is the most votes on any poll conducted here on this blog, for sure.
So let’s go through the results:
63 people (58%) – over half of all voters – voted for A, saying that they experience a tingling sensation in or on the head/scalp region.
The second greatest number of votes was for option C, which had 26 people (24%) – just about a quarter of all voters – claiming that they consistently experience a tingling sensation all over their bodies, from head to toe.
12 people (11%) said that they experience a tingling sensation in parts of the body other than the head/scalp region, meaning they voted for option B.
And lastly with the least amount of votes, option D, where 7 people (6%) claimed that even though they may experience a reaction of sorts when exposed to triggers, they don’t experience any tingling sensations whatsoever.
Thanks to all who voted. The next poll should be up soon.