ZepFarm collects opinions from many people to better understand the most important trends in the world.
A self-fulfilling prophecy is the sociopsychological phenomenon of someone “predicting” or expecting something, and this “prediction” or expectation coming true simply because the person believes it will (1).
Our surveys are not always conducted with statistical criteria. Respondents are not always selected by age, geographical area or other. However, it is interesting to find out what so many people think about a certain trend.
Zepfarm not only offers surveys, but also studies and predictions on many topics.

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(1) Biggs, Michael (2013), “Prophecy, Self-Fulfilling/Self-Defeating”, Encyclopedia of Philosophy and the Social Sciences, SAGE Publications, Inc.,