Hi guys I am doing a poll and I am just wondering what time do you go to bed? And also what are you leading up to that time? For example, if you are confused. I go to bed at 9:30 and I watch T.V with my family leading up to that time. Thanks for taking your time to reply and have an awesome day.

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  1. Which class is this for? Are you including adults in your poll?

  2. It is for my debate class. And adults are welcome.

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  3. I'm going to throw your figures way off. I go to bed between 1 and 2 a.m. and read mystery novels before then.

  4. Wow! I want to do that! Can I come live with you? LOL!

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  5. Sure -- but I've been through school, taught for 32 years, and have been retired for almost 25 years. I also get up around 9:30 or 10:00.

  6. Wow! Thanks for donating your time for us students

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  7. You are welcome.

  8. Can some other people reply. I need others.

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  9. I go to bed at 2-3 am and wake up around 12. I usually hang out with my family we do sometimes go out or I am usually on my phone talking to m friends.

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  10. This has turned out to be a very biased sample.

  11. I usually go to bed around 5 ish to 9 ish then wake up at around 6.

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  12. and I mostly just watch T.V until I drop.

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  13. Thanks everyone! Have an awesome day!

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