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-It is clear that after I first voted, the number of participants could have been either 11 or 26. After my friend voted, the number of participants could have been 12 or 27. The idea is that the second look-up should produce numbers that have increased by 1, compared to the first look-up. ​+It is clear that after I first voted, the number of participants could have been either 11 or 26. After my friend voted, the number of participants could have been 12 or 27. The idea is that the second look-up should produce numbers that have increased by 1, compared to the first look-up. However from personal experiences,​ none of my Instagram poll ever broke the 20 participant barrier, therefore 12 participants voted in it.
  
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