Online creativity polls offer fascinating insights into the mindsets and attitudes of innovators

Peter Lloyd’s GoCreate Web site is a great collection of creativity resources, tools and other information. One of the services Peter has offered for some time is an ongoing series of Creativity Polls, which provide some valuable insights into the mindsets of creative people. There are no polls currently running, but you can click here […]

Peter Lloyd’s GoCreate Web site is a great collection of creativity resources, tools and other information. One of the services Peter has offered for some time is an ongoing series of Creativity Polls, which provide some valuable insights into the mindsets of creative people.

There are no polls currently running, but you can click here to look at the archives, which includes questions like, “What is the greatest source of your creativity?” and “How has the Internet affected human creativity?” The poll results for this last question are fascinating: 57% of respondents agreed that the Internet has been “a tremendous benefit to creativity.” (emphasis mine) I couldn’t agree more!

If you have a question you’d like Peter to cover in an upcoming Creativity Poll, Please click here to submit it.

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