In a blog post Thursday, Democratic Polling firm Public Policy Polling solicited question suggestions from readers on a national survey it plans to conduct regarding “music and hipsters.”

A sampling of some of the submissions in the comments section, which may or may not be serious suggestions:

I would love to see a fav/unfav for “Weird Al” Yankovic. There is a lot of talk lately about how he is no longer seen in a negative light and has become widely appreciated by the comedy and music worlds. Would be interesting to know if this is true with the public at large.

You got to ask favorably of dub-step or even if they have heard of it before.
Ask maybe if they are less/more likely to listen to a artist if the artist has infamous (Well like Dixie Chicks or Lupe Fiasco sort of way) political views.

1. What do you consider the definition of a hipster? 2. Would you be more or less likely to vote for a hipster in a national election? If less, why? 3. which term do you prefer? Millennial or hipster? 4. What is it about hipsters that make non-hipsters want to punch them in the balls?

Full PPP post here.

@eScarry