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Adding "weight" answers in Polls (from -5 tp +5). https://github.com/unaio/una/issues/2491

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  • As you may guess, this is a recursive poll :) - we don't have the weighted Polls yet, so I'm asking if this sounds like a good idea, and in effect showing how different answers could express a different "level" of feedback, which we can then use to order answers and extract popular vote data.

    • Completely unnecessary. 

      This enhancement  can be done later

    • Why? I think there is much more important work to do on UNA before tweaking the Polls.

    • This would be useful in a tests module in an LMS... different weight for answers, completely correct, mostly correct, incorrect etc. 

      • One of the reasons this has come up is that in our current process we often have trouble determining which features/enhancements are "most wanted". Often a vocal member may create a feeling that something is really critically needed, while there may be a much more important issue that gets pushed back because of this. So, I am thinking of a way to grade answers and create a running list of most-wanted improvements using Polls. 

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