[ppml] Poll - Transfer Policy - Results

Member Services info at arin.net
Thu Apr 3 15:27:07 EDT 2008

Transfer Policy Poll

The total subscriber count for PPML was 1812 when the poll began. The
poll ran for three days (12:00 EDT, 31 March thru 12:00 EDT, 3 April 2008).

Poll Results:

Q1: Do you feel a transfer proposal to change the current transfer
policy should exist?

Answer        Count
Yes            96
No             28
Undecided     132
I don't care   18

Q2: Do you feel that you have been informed enough on the pro's and
con's of what a change in the current transfer policy would have in our
internet community?

Answer  Count
Yes     100
No      172

Q3: Do you feel informed enough in general to make a decision regarding
a change to the current transfer policy?

Answer  Count
Yes     103
No      170

Q4: Will you attend the April ARIN meeting in Denver via remote

Answer  Count
Yes      74
No      218

Q5: Will you attend the April ARIN meeting in Denver in person?

Answer  Count
Yes      37
No      298


Member Services
American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN)

Member Services wrote:
> The ARIN Advisory Council is conducting a poll. The poll contains five
> questions. You will receive five e-mails, one question per message.
> Every e-mail address subscribed to the Public Policy Mailing List (PPML)
> will be e-mailed individually with instructions on how to participate in
> the poll. If an alias is subscribed to the PPML that is then distributed
> to several individuals, only the first opinion registered will be
> counted. Only those who are already subscribed when the poll starts may
> participate.
> The poll ends at noon EDT on Thursday, 3 April 2008. The results will be
> sent to PPML.
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> Member Services
> American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN)
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