Wheels or doors? Twitter has people debating which the world has more of – AL.com

Are there more doors or more wheels in the world?
Don’t worry if you don’t know the answer to that question because as it turns out, nobody else does either. But the question popped up in an innocent Twitter poll over the weekend, that has since gone viral.
Ryan Nixon posed the question over on his Twitter account on March 5.
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“My mates and I are having the STUPIDEST debate…And I am here for it. Do you think there are more doors or wheels in the world?” Nixon tweeted, with an accompanying poll.
My mates and I are having the STUPIDEST debate…

And I am here for it.

Do you think there are more doors or wheels in the world?
More than 200,000 people voted in Nixon’s poll, where wheels just edged out doors, 53.6% to 46.4% respectively.
There was spirited argument for both sides of the debate.
“Who is voting doors??? There’s wheels on everything. I have wheels on my garment rack, makeup storage holder, rubbish bin. It’s definitely wheels,” one user tweeted.
Another used chose doors, before poking fun at the fact they had even wrote an argument in support of the option.
“Surely doors. Every house as at least five doors on average and there are 2.5 billion houses in the world. Not to mention garages and sheds,” the user tweeted. “I also can’t believe I spent two minutes of my life wrapping my brain around this.”
Many others just poked fun at the absurd debate.
“Why are people spinning their wheels on this…?” asked a Twitter user, who runs a truck account.
Nixon himself eventually poked fun at the debate, quoting a news article about his poll, warning people to “be careful out there with what you tweet.”
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