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The poll results below are not an exact science. We do the best we can to ensure the visitors only vote once, but to a certain extent that is impossible to control. Our polling area is to just help give our visitors a general idea of real-time statistics from the sufferers who are visiting The Something Fishy Website on Eating Disorders

Current and Archived Polls
May 2003

Body Image Influences
In honor of International No Diet Day we ask our visitors to share with us who they feel played the biggest role in how they perceive their own bodies.
Poll date: May 2, 2003 - June 3, 2003
Answers
Percent %
#
Mother
20%
843
Father
9%
388
Sister
6%
244
Brother
4%
184
Other Family Member
3%
131
Friends
13%
555
Peers
15%
653
Boyfriend or Girlfriend
8%
358
Spouse
4%
163
The Media
13%
538
It is interesting to note that if you combine the influence of parents, family members and peers/friends, it far exceeds the totals of the answers to "The Media".
Other
4%
159
# RESPONSES: 4216
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