The poll was conducted before the reporting of the leaked values. I would like to see the results of the same poll now, and particularly whose beliefs (e.g. by country) were swayed by the various reporting of the leaked blood values, the IAAF attempted bribery and extortion, and the Russian state-enforced doping.
But let's put this poll, and question in the subject line, in perspective. If we asked the question "Does anyone out there actually believe Qu Yunxia and Wang Junxia didn't dope", simply asking for the existence of one believer, the answer from the Letsrun poll is still a surprising "YES", with 7.65% (863) and 8.13% (913) of responders saying "CLEAN". That's 1 in 12 responders who "actually believe" the Chinese women are CLEAN.
In Feb. 2014, a large majority of responders believed that Paula's extraordinary world record performances did not require a doping explanation. Despite measurably equivalent, or superior, performances, these believers did not put Paula in the same category as the Chinese women, but at opposite ends of the spectrum.
All of these figures must be seen in the light, that Letsrun has asked a public, largely lacking knowledge of anti-doping science, lacking knowledge of individual blood values, and lacking the ability to properly interpret blood values and off-scores, in context, what they believe.
By British patriots, do you include the British press or British MPs? When it comes to blindly supporting their own, like Paula, or Coe, or Brailsford, or Wiggins, the British seem quite the polar opposite of patriotic. The British are largely the biggest antagonists of their own heroes, basically shooting themselves in the foot.
Which country requires you to give "facebook, twitter, phone, laptop etc. passwords"? In the USA, and in Europe, this is not required, and would be a severe violation of privacy. In the USA, if they really wanted it - they already have it, or don't need it.
Mo allowed his leaked blood values to be shown in the Sunday Times, they were quite flat and well within the normal range -- do you believe he's clean? Many here still don't. If not, you are fooling yourself and us when you say "then I will believe". 55.78% believed Mo was clean in 2014. I wonder how that number changed after publication of his normal blood values in the Sunday Times?
It's interesting to me what it takes to sway and form your beliefs -- not just the lack of blood value transparency to the public, but all that other stuff "WADA testing, doors bells, TUEs jokes" and "douche bag Diac dynasty". You are not alone.