It turns out that geeks thought differently from non-geeks.
We asked whether or not competition contestants preferred either a male or female lead character and we also asked whether they were male, female or non-binary.
Holywood will have an earnest attempt at swinging this survey in early 2019. On Valentine's Day Alita: Battle Angel will hit the cinema screens in the US.
Women are four times as likely to think Dungeons & Dragons is more likely to be an evil influence than Facebook compared to men.
250 people tackle the tricky question and pick a clear winner. But do you agree?
Wonder Woman, Black Widow and Scarlet Witch are some of the female superheroes we’ve seen on the big screen in recent years. Have they had the same screen time and equal chance to shine as their male counterparts?…
In Geek Native's survey, just about 51% of respondents thought we would meet alien life before they died.
In Brainstorm, students invent a device that lets them find out what their friends are thinking. It ruins lives. Was that down to foolish students or is knowing what people are thinking about inherently foolish?
The stats for men were about the same. 47% of men believed in destiny compared to 53% of men who didn't.
Geek Native is home to some strange, quirky and unscientifically researched stats and this latest discovery is especially odd. The blog has freebies and goodies to giveaway in competitions now and then.…