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Context:

Non-USA users and people from r/USdefaultism has started a playful protest on r/polls because a lot of posts here treats USA as the default unless something else is stated.

Examples of defaultism:

- Using numbers without specifying the units or currency.- Polls about things that other countries have such as presidents and political parties without specifying it's the US nor offer a results-option.- Use abbreviations that are hard to understand for people outside the US, such as states.

The protest polls are vague polls such as:

- Who do you plan to vote for come November? (and then it's French parties)- Who was the best president? (and then it's Finnish presidents)

The mods have started to remove the troll polls, but they underline an issue I think we should address:

How should we deal with defaultism?

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