The package that I received for Day 5 of the Cards Against Humanity Saves America promotion was a little larger than the others that had come. Inside, I found a pack of 6 CAH game cards (the Pulse Of The Nation pack) and a small magazine full of charts and data. For the fifth day of their holiday promotion, Cards Against Humanity has funded a year worth of surveys for the American people. The results of these surveys can be found monthly at ThePulseOfTheNation.com, but the good folks at CAH printed out the first batch of responses and mailed them to us. The questions ranged from thoughts about our current presidential embarrassment to whether or not it was ok to pee in the shower.
From the thepulseofthenation.com website:
For the fifth day of Cards Against Humanity Saves America, we used your money to fund one year of monthly public opinion polls. We’ll ask the American people about their social and political views, what they think of the president, and their pee-pee habits.
In fact, we secretly started polling three months ago. What a delightful surprise!
To conduct our polls in a scientifically rigorous manner, we’ve partnered with Survey Sampling International — a professional research firm — to contact a nationally representative sample of the American public. For the first three polls, we interrupted people’s dinners on both their cell phones and landlines, and a total of about 3,000 adults didn’t hang up immediately. We examined the data for statistically significant correlations, and boy did we find some stuff.