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In Close Vote, 'Monkey See' Readers Chose Cats Over Dogs; What Say You?

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We're curious about whether Two-Way readers agree or disagree with Monkey See readers about this "important" issue:

Which is better: cats or dogs?

Your Two-Way hosts know which way we would vote. But we would never, ever try to influence anyone's opinion with stories about the tail-wagging, barking, "I'm so glad to see you!" greetings we get when we arrive home each evening.

Monkey See's audience gave cats an Obama-Romney kind of win: 50.09 percent for the felines; 47.6 percent for the canines. We've recreated the Monkey See question. It's open until midnight Thursday.

(H/T to NPR's Stephanie Federico.)