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Stoddard Research Center

Im Lore-Post der Woche könnt Ihr Eure Stimme für die Wahlen auf Jalan abgeben. Das ganze hat CIG getarnt, als Wahlumfrage des Stoddard Research Center, aber ich bin mir sicher, dass sie das Ergebnis dieses Votes der Community als Grundlage für die Entscheidung nutzen werden, wer die Senatorenwahl auf Jalan gewinnt. Im Moment führt - wie zu erwarten war - der Tevarin Suj Kossi.

Hier der englische Originaltext:

April, 2946

Stoddard Research Center

Dear Citizen of Jalan,

Our deepest thanks for agreeing to participate in this important poll regarding the upcoming election on the 3rd of May SET. By taking a few minutes to complete the following questionnaire, you will not only be helping all of us at the Stoddard Research Center gain a more complete understanding of how Elysium IV is changing demographically, economically and politically, you will also be ensuring that your voice is heard.

We are a nonprofit and nonpartisan research group whose mission is to generate a foundation of data that enriches the public dialogue and supports sound decision-making not only in Elysium, but Empire-wide. To ensure that the information we generate is of the greatest value to policymakers and other Citizens, the Center is committed to conducting research in a manner that is impartial, open-minded and meets the highest standards of methodological integrity.

To this end, we encourage you to read each question thoroughly and consider each answer carefully. There are no right or wrong responses, but it is important that your opinions are accurately and truthfully reported.

This poll is intended for the Citizens of Jalan only. If you have received this poll in error, please disregard.

Please make sure to read all answer options fully before selecting a choice.

Quelle: Comm-Link

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