I wonder whether kubica benefits from having a strong fan base but not as many 'haters' as vettel, alonso and hamilton.
I find it difficult to understand how those 4 aren't level pegging because I find it difficult to understand how anyone could put them outside the top 7 drivers.
Either bias is coming into play or some people have a depth of knowledge re: the relative performance of the different cars and how drivers have performed in them in each race that allows them to understand that, for example, 7 drivers performed better than hamilton this year.
I cannot imagine how anyone could put Hamilton or Alonso outside their "Top Seven Drivers", it involves surely a personal agenda.
It must be the haters that put the top drivers outside the seven. Looks like Kubica has less haters than others, however they seem to be very vocal on this BB
Seems to me the results of this poll are a measure of the bias here, rather than what it's title says.
I think every poll is biased, there is no way to obtain unbiased results. Rather, the poll itself is there to show the bias. Be aware of the fact that polls are an instrument of "social sciences" as opposed to "natural sciences", it seems to me that that differentiation is lost on some participants of the BB.
I love the fact you've created a poll and then comment on it as if there is a 'correct' list you are comparing it to.
Again, bias. There is no correct list I am comparing it to, I am comparing it to my own list, hence the comments. As this is a BB, everyone is entitled to give their comments, even the originator of the poll. That does not mean that his comments have any more meaning than anyone elses, in fact, they are as subjective as everyone elses.