Randon Mormon Poll #16: Christmas Music

christmas-musicIt’s the most wonderful time of the year, for some people…at least those who really love Christmas music.

Are you someone who listens to Christmas music as early as Thanksgiving day, or are you more inclined to listen to Christmas music in small doses?

Now is your chance to tell the Bloggernacle exactly how you feel about Christmas music. Don’t be shy.

What are some of your favorite Christmas songs and who sings it best? Which Christmas music should be left off the playlist?

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Random Mormon Poll #14: What to do in Afghanistan?

Photo Credit: Pete Souza / The White House

Photo Credit: Pete Souza / The White House

A recent ABC News-Washington Post Poll shows only 45 percent of respondents approve of  President Obama’s handling of the war in Afghanistan.

Forty-five percent now approve of the president’s handling of the situation, down by 10 points in a month, 15 points since August and 18 points from its peak last spring. His approval rating on Afghanistan has fallen farther than on any other issue in ABC News/Washington Post polls this year.

Click here for PDF with charts and questionnaire.

[Source: ABC News]

What do you think President Obama should do in Afghanistan?

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Random Mormon Poll #11: Net or Gross?

In a letter from the First Presidency dated March 19, 1970, the brethren wrote:

The simplest statement we know of is the statement of the Lord himself, namely, that the members of the Church should pay ‘one-tenth of all their interest annually,’ which is understood to mean income. No one is justified in making any other statement than this.”

I am interested to know your views on tithing and if you pay on the net or gross and why.

The poll is completely anonymous and M* does not have access to IP addresses for those who vote. Also, if you wish to leave an anonymous comment, you may do so (valid email address required) and your anonymity will be protected.

Any comments that attack the Church and/or its leaders will be promptly deleted.