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Does A Head in the Polls really prove that there are more robots on Earth than humans? Nixon won by one vote on the strength of robot support, but the human vote was already split between Johnson and Jackson, so Nixon could have won with a little over a third of the total vote. Add to this the fact that aliens resident on Earth can also vote (like Zoidberg, and Leela, who was believed to be an alien at the time), plus the fact that we don't know if every robot voted for Nixon (although that did seem to be implied)... and you can't infer that much about the human/robot balance from that episode. 86.135.160.152 05:28, 5 May 2008 (PDT)

True, we cannot be entirely sure how many robots there are. However, there are probably more robots than humans. But that may be a reference to the fact that even today, people have more than one computer. And since a robot is basically a computer, it is undoubtedly there is more humans than robots in the future. You are just forgetting that all robots aren't like Bender (see Mother's Day for instance). The real question is, are all of these robots allowed to vote? Or only those who are not labour bots? I agree with you though, the argument for more robots than humans should not be the election of 3000, but rather the plausibility. --SvipTalk 06:49, 5 May 2008 (PDT)

However, there was an incredilbly low human voter turnout (like 11% according to Linda, however i havent seen it in a while) so that means that there could be more humans.Sir Mr. Dr. Professor FutureFan 07:29, 23 May 2010 (CEST)

Naming[edit]

Shouldn't this page be named "Robots"? --Farnsworth 21:20, 15 July 2011 (CEST)

What are you talking about? This page is named robots. 66.32.188.127 01:30, 26 June 2012 (CEST)
Look at the date of his comment. It was not called 'Robots' at the time. --Sviptalk 11:56, 26 June 2012 (CEST)