I don't see a way that "voting according to poll results" will match up with "the best of my judgement and ability" unless you have very little of either. Your idea negates the whole idea of representative government. Hopefully, we elect wise, thoughtful, and honest representatives to do the hard work of legislating so that we don't have to. Direct democracy just isn't efficient - if you actually want to get anything else done.
Yes, the people of your district elect you. However, once you swear the oath of office, you must not forget your duty is to the State of Vermont. It is your sworn duty to make the best choice you can to the best of your judgement and ability, even if every single person in your district disagrees with you.
These are the games that taught me about logic gates and boolean logic.
like a laser
Or just cut out the middleman, and just use the laser rapidly heating your head's membrane to produce sound.
Of course, most of those sounds will be "OW!"
I don't know a single guy in the world that is out on the town, spies a girl across the room and goes "God, I have got to have that woman...did you see the personality on that chick!?!?"
That's because beer goggles require less input than our built-in personality assessment systems.