The debate "This App should have a neutral vote option" was started by
July 5, 2015, 3:55 pm.
43 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 14 people are on the disagree side.
That might be enough to see the common perception.
It looks like most of the people in this community are on the agreeing side of this statement.
PsychDave posted 2 arguments, toughgamerjerry posted 1 argument, I_Voyager posted 1 argument to the agreers part.
bearunter, sabrina, PsychDave, toughgamerjerry, MEATMISSILE01, I_Voyager, Bxat9, Georgi_ZKL24, Quantum, laurairw, historybuff, R3dD0g, ylmzemrah, blackbattiger, Mathew, denno27, ferida1237, Trance, theQueenofdebate, BryanTheLion, pajrc1234, omactivate, scotthansonMC, oscar90000 and 19 visitors agree.
kaka, TransPanTeen, Mr_Anonymous, futurelawyer192, asaru, musejay1, luxuxx, Katerina, Zinluu and 5 visitors disagree.
It could also give you the notifications when new comments were posted on a topic you were following.
I agree with Psychdave as well.
I don't think there should be a neutral option, but there should be an undecided option. I've always found neutral options to be wishy-washy. If you're participating in a debate, you should either form an opinion or refrain from forming an opinion. If I make the equivalent to a five-star rating system, I always include six stars and disallow fractions so the person has to choose between 2 or 4 and never a middle point.
The color of the comments of the undecided can be grey or green to denote the position
I agree with Psychdave. When you debate on here, it is not to change the mind of the person you are debating, because you know that you most likely will not change their mind. Instead you debate for the people watching the debate who are trying to decide which side to follow. I find myself on both sides. I debate the things I know a lot about, and if I don't know about it then I look at the people debating to try and decide which side I should choose. An undecided button would help the people debating to know that there is someone watching trying to decide.
Or at least an undecided button so that you cam participate in and follow the discussion and hopefully come to a conclusion.