This only furthermores my opinion on this poll that it is not reliable data and therefore not a valid point or argument
You think that's accurate? That was a year ago, when most of the people that voted were only people who were pumped for Halo 5. Believe me, most of the people that hate sprint have already left the forums and stopped playing Halo a while ago. Of course the few people that remain are people that are pro-sprint.
According to the User Feedback Program it's only 11% of people that hate sprint. Scroll down through the link and read, it's there. Many thousands of people participated in that poll too.
Please no more sprint complaint threads. The naysayers are outnumbered by yaysayers. We like the speed of modern shooters.Lol they really aren't. It's about half and half. But yeah, I'm sure 343i are already aware that a lot of people hate sprint, but they've made it clear that it's here to stay.
You are really beating a dead horse.
Sucks, but it's whatever. I personally hate sprint, but it's not the end of the world.
To sum it up, it's a very vocal minority that hates sprint.
Again, being this data totally throws the idea that the majority of people playing Halo hate sprint is the only reason you say the data is not reliable. There is literally nothing better out there up to this point in time.
Anything random polls you see on waypoint, or any site, is data that you should question the validity too. That's because anyone can create any number of silver accounts, for free, here on waypoint, sign in on them, then keep reposting the same topics over and over again or vote in the same poll as many times as they want. (Not sure how other sites work but I think all you need is and email, which you can creat any number of them you want for free, and you can create an account which enables you to post in their forums.). This here alone throws any number you "might" be able to come up with out the window.
In the user feedback program you had to have a valid Gold account and be at least 18 to participate. This weeded a lot of the multiple voters out and kept the kidos from flooding the program.