Yesterday the Spinster Junk Studies Department promised its own junk study, and here it is! You can view the original raw data here.
Blamers and Dogs
63% of responding blamers don’t know how their dog feels about them, either because they don’t have a dog, or they lack sufficient data to determine their dog’s views, or they are extremely unobservant.
18% say their dog loves them.
Of the respondents who say their dogs love them, 13% nevertheless “sort of agree” that it is wrong to keep pets. We conclude that this group is conflicted, has facets, is a little dippy, and therefore would be interesting to have a marg with.
100% of blamers who are loved by dogs are all for transwomen using the ladies room. Thus we conclude that people who think their dogs love them are nice.
Blamers and Public Cans
81% of responding blamers think that anyone should feel free to transition to whatever gender they please without fear of social repercussions. Yet only 73% think that transwomen should be able to use the ladies room. Thus we conclude that, mysteriously, 8% of blamers apparently feel that denial of public can access doesn’t count as a social repercussion.
Of the 8 respondents who strongly disagree that transwomen should be able to use the ladies room, 4 “strongly” and 4 “sort of” agree that “many scientific theories are suspect because they proceed from within a patriarchal framework.” 6 of the science-is-suspect respondents are willing, nevertheless, to concede that the science demonstrating a correlation between cigs and cancer is accurate. Thus we conclude that the science-is-suspect crowd doesn’t really know what science is.
None of the 8 thinks their dog loves them. Thus we conclude that blamers who don’t want transwomen in the ladies room are suspicious of science and dogs. From which we further infer that they are unhappy paranoids.
Our junk study was based on the responses of 100 self-selected blamers submitted via the internet to a 3rd-party app called Polldaddy, with the integrity of which we have no direct experience. The survey was designed subsequent to the ingestion of a glass of wine and 15 minutes of intense contemplation. The data were coagulated by me, a world-renowned expert in internet survey analysis. Thanks to Nails for suggesting the project. A more better questionnaire suggesting more meaningless correlations is in the works.