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The Muse feature request forum had a poll that was voted on by a handful of people. Trolls entered and started arguing nonsense in the comment area.
Instead of wiping out just the vicious posts and leaving the relevant poll votes, some moderator wiped everything.
Is it possible to delete the arguing and just leave the poll voting?
I was under the impression that feature polls were valuable to developers. I don't think the moderator intended to wipe out the votes.
It's not "wiped out", it's just hidden while a decision is taken.
Since posting this, I discovered that any person starting an idea poll has the power to delete comments.
Control over the replacement idea poll has been shared with the original idea creator (aart12) so we can both trim out troll comments as they appear.