Results for - Fight The Good Fight

1,934 voters participated in this survey
We have probably all been there. How many of us had had an argument or disagreement, spending years not talking to someone and maybe even actively avoiding them, and then not even realizing what started the fight in the first place? Have you ever been in this situation, on either end of it?

1. We have probably all been there. How many of us had had an argument or disagreement, spending years not talking to someone and maybe even actively avoiding them, and then not even realizing what started the fight in the first place? Have you ever been in this situation, on either end of it?

I have been on the receiving end of this
17%
329 votes
I have been the instigator
5%
92 votes
I have been on both ends
24%
459 votes
I prefer to fight aggressively and settle right away
7%
132 votes
Never been in this situation
47%
913 votes
Yes, and multiple times (is it me?)
5%
102 votes
Other (please specify)
2%
38 votes

2. All through history, feuds have been fought, often with both parties forgetting why it started in the first place. How many of these famous feuds are you familiar with?

The Hatfields and the McCoys-- The supposed theft of a pig starts the bloody feud that rages for more than a decade between the Hatfields of West Virginia and the McCoys of Kentucky.
55%
1,064 votes
Olivia de Havilland and Joan Fontaine --The sisters' lifelong strained relationship reaches a breaking point in 1941, when both are nominated for the Oscar for best actress. Fontaine's win sparks an all-out feud
15%
292 votes
Joseph Stalin and Leon Trotsky --In the wake of Vladimir Lenin's death, Stalin and Trotsky struggle mightily for power. Stalin outmaneuvers Trotsky, leading to the Trotsky's expulsion from the Communist Party, exile from the Soviet Union and assassination
19%
365 votes
Al Capone and George "Bugs" Moran-- Members of Capone's gang cap off a Chicago turf war by machine-gunning six members of Moran's crew on Valentine's Day 1929. Capone, conveniently on vacation in Florida, is never charged.
27%
525 votes
Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr --Tensions simmer for years between these political and personal rivals, ending in a duel July 11, 1804. Hamilton, the former secretary of the treasury, is shot and fatally wounded by vice president Burr
22%
431 votes
Elizabeth I, Queen of England, and Mary, Queen of Scots-- After imprisoning her cousin Mary for almost two decades, Elizabeth condemns her to death when evidence of an assassination plot is uncovered. Mary is beheaded in February 1587.
25%
477 votes
None of these
29%
560 votes
Some feuds are plastered all over social media and the tabloids. How many of these current celebrity feuds are you familiar with?

3. Some feuds are plastered all over social media and the tabloids. How many of these current celebrity feuds are you familiar with?

Mariah Carey and Nicki Minaj
31%
609 votes
Amanda Bynes and Lindsay Lohan
13%
255 votes
Nene Leakes and Star Jones
9%
166 votes
Angelina Jolie and Chelsea Handler
9%
167 votes
Sean Penn and Wyclef Jean
5%
96 votes
Lily Allen and Courtney Love
4%
74 votes
Donald Trump and Rosie O'Donnell
45%
874 votes
Tom Cruise and Brooke Shields
20%
386 votes
Kanye West and 50 Cent
11%
214 votes
None of them
35%
673 votes

4. Sometimes the feud is not between two people, but between one person and a company, or institution. How many of these famous feuds are you familiar with?

Tom Cruise and South Park
11%
219 votes
Conan O'Brien and NBC
19%
361 votes
Kim Kardashian and Teen Mom franchise
9%
176 votes
Joan Rivers and Fox News
13%
257 votes
Leah Remini and the Church of Scientology
32%
621 votes
None of these
45%
878 votes
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