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I started polls because I think they will help us understand each other. It’s true that one finds strength in numbers and if we see how much we are all alike in our Visiting Teaching, I believe it will help us and motivate us to improve and be better. So take a sec and answer a poll or two. I think it’s fun to see how many people voted for the same things. I also love polls because they are anonymous so you can always answer truthfully.

Note: You can only answer a poll once. If you don’t see options to vote for the polls, that’s because you already answered that one, so it displays your answer instead.

How many Sisters do you Visit Teach?

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For me scheduling a time to Visit Teach is...

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What time of the month do you normally Visit Teach?

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What kind of Visiting Teaching do you like to do?

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Did you visit all of your sisters in April?

  • Of course, didn't you? (56%, 47 Votes)
  • Um...is it May already? Snap! (29%, 24 Votes)
  • Almost all of them, but totally lost my little slip. (15%, 13 Votes)

Total Voters: 84

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How do you report your Visiting Teaching?

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How is this month's Visiting Teaching going?

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Below you’ll see all of the results, whether you’ve taken a poll or not. See how fun it is?

How many Sisters do you Visit Teach?

  • 3-4; Heaven's pouring out your blessings. (62%, 1,042 Votes)
  • 1-2; You're an angel! (22%, 377 Votes)
  • 5+ WOW! You'll be translated soon. (14%, 230 Votes)
  • 0; Need to be assigned. (Your Relief Society President will be so excited you want to serve!) (2%, 41 Votes)

Total Voters: 1,690

Start Date: January 1, 2009 @ 5:32 am
End Date: No Expiry

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One Comment »

  • Beth said:

    I wanted to see if there was something on here for visiting teaching childless women, and of course, there isn’t. It’s incredibly hard to be completely barren in the LDS church. And the visiting teachers never come visit, because they have nothing to say half the time. I can’t contribute to conversations about family, and I could care less about how to be a better mother, because I am not going to be one. (We are not eligible for adoption either.)
    So, anything on this idea would be super.

    Thanks.