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Q: We've been discussing guidelines for book club etiquette. Which of these do you think are important?

Answer   Percent Total Votes
Read the book
88% 1061
Listen thoughtfully to all members
76% 917
Take notes while you're reading
24% 285
Stay on topic when you're speaking
55% 668
Enjoy yourself
61% 734
Don’t get drunk
26% 314
Bring chocolate, everyone likes chocolate!
13% 154
Eat before you come so you don’t devour the snacks
12% 142
Compliment others sincerely
34% 413
Have a good sense of humor
61% 740
Don’t fret the small stuff
51% 609
Total: 1205 votes

Note: Multiple answers allowed for this question.
Percentages may therefore add up over 100%

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