Continue the number series: 1, 2, 3, ..
No, don't answer the question, check in the poll which of the statements apply to you.
It's multiple choice!
Everybody knows that 4 comes after 3.
The simplest explanation is that these are natural numbers, ordered, so the answer is 4.
It's just this kind of questions that measure conformity rather than creativity.
We can't really know what kind of logic there is in creating those numbers.
These kinds of tests can be learned, so there's no value in asking.
Sometimes an other answer than 4 would be more appropriate. Think comedy. Think art.
The test makers are trying to promote their own kind of thinking here.
These kinds of tests just promote people to fool around.
Some people are wise, but slow. These kind of simple questions can't measure wisdom.
What does the answer tell about what's beautiful?
Someone might not know, but they could make great pasta.
It's logically an arithmetic progression of f = an, with the constant a=1.
Someone who doesn't instantly think of 4 must be eccentric or just another idiot.
Pretty, innocent numbers were harmed in creating this test.
The most workable solution for many situations would be to assume the self-evident 4.