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A college student has set up his own online survey to see what punters really think of ISPs.

The poll is only up for two weeks so users need to be quick if they want to take part.

We haven't got a clue why it's being done or for what purpose (we reckon it's got something to do with a school assignment, or homework, or something) but we thought we'd give it our blessing anyway.

When El Reg visited the poll today only 14 other people had visited the site. And one person had voted.

Which was unlucky for BTInternet.

Even though the ISP from the monster telco only received the one vote (so far) the result was a resounding "below average".

No matter. You can check out the poll here. ®

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