.Took the survey.
I did have a few quibbles about how the thing was presented.
The following is a comment I made in the survey about the 'information left out of the documentary':
"I have looked at some of this 'information left out' previously, and some of it is false, some is misleading, and some is irrelevant.
For example, what someone does to a cat in 1982 is not 'evidence' of a crime supposedly committed in 2005 which does not involve any cats.
Or whether someone has a 'perfect' relationship with their live in girlfriend is not evidence of involvement of a murder of a business acquaintance.
There is no evidence Teresa ever asked her employers that she not be asked to return to Avery Salvage Yard.
Some of this 'information' comes from the prosecutor, Ken Kratz, whose honesty is questionable."
.I forgot to mention a couple of other things that struck me about the poll:
There are some options listed for 'when did you make up you mind about Steven Avery' listing various points in the documentary and finally 'upon completion of the series'. I think there should be a couple of more options, one of which would be some time after watching the series, and the other being 'I haven't made up my mind about Steven Avery'.
I didn't make up my mind about Steven until some time after doing further reading and research on the case, and the way the poll is worded makes it seem as though the documentary must be what persuades someone one way or the other. And there does seem to be quite a few people who have not made a judgement about Steven's involvement even after watching the documentary and doing additional research.
BigCityAccountant - I agree it was unnecessary to make a list of 'things left out' because it is KK's list of claims and seems to show an implicit bias toward the narrative that MaM is the sole reason many people think Steven is innocent, that Steven's guilt or innocence was the whole point of the documentary, and that KK's list are the only or most important things 'left out'.