Time for Round 2 of everyone’s favorite poll! Here is Round 1. Every option that received 15% or more in its respective poll has advanced. This round will have a single poll.
I went ahead and used the split poll for the Dark Ages / Renaissance, which saved Robin Hood, The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh, and The Little Mermaid (!) from elimination. TLM was narrowly beaten by Aladdin in the original poll. The Classics split the vote pretty evenly with only Cinderella advancing .
Shoutout to @mm1928wd for being the sole vote for Pinocchio (I love it even though Pleasure Island is disturbing af ).
All right, time to vote!
- Cinderella (1950)
- Robin Hood (1973)
- The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (1977)
- The Little Mermaid (1989)
- Beauty and the Beast (1991)
- Aladdin (1992)
- The Lion King (1994)
- The Emperor’s New Groove (2000)
- Lilo & Stitch (2002)
- Tangled (2010)
- Frozen (2013)
- Moana (2016)
Jeff's Official Polling Rules for Cynics and Skeptics
In case of a tournament, the following protocols will be followed:
- All voters are eligible to participate regardless of their familiarity with the various options
- Voters may cast or change their vote as desired until the poll is closed (generally timed)
- The first option to receive over 50% in any round upon closing of the poll is deemed the winner
- The percentage displayed by the forum software will be deemed the official result, regardless of the absolute number of votes cast (i.e., rounding differences may be decisive)
- If no option receives over 50%, additional rounds will be held
- All options receiving 15% or more will advance to the next round
- If all options have received 15% or more, the option receiving the lowest % of the vote will be eliminated
- In the case of a tie, the option receiving the higher % in the previous round will advance
- If there is still a tie after following the above rules, the option listed first by the forum software in the results will advance
- All results are final – no recounts, re-dos, challenges, or complaints will be accepted; however, discussion and debate is welcome.
- Have a magical day!