Polls need more "none of the above" options. Particularly if you're going to have a "these changes don't affect me" response to the first question, then the more specific questions need an answer that reflects that response.
By Blackbird71 at Nov 26, 2021 8:36 AM
I don't think much harm would be done in making a random selection, even if it's not on a subject you feel strongly about or isn't relevant to you in order to get to the next poll.
I'm expecting the sample size that answers these polls is fairly small, so yes, a random answer can skew feedback. And @aborting makes it impossible to see the next poll question, and not every question has a "skip" option.