Will physicists consider the universe locally-realistic in 2045?

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Many hold that Bell's theorem implies the universe is not locally realistic, but there have been challenges to this notion, including from the superdeterminism and many-worlds camps.

Resolves to the percentage of physicists who consider the universe locally-realistic in a poll conducted after the year 2044. Until then, this serves mostly to track the opinions of people.

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