- 8% said it was better for smaller socks to be looser, relative to bigger socks
- 16% said the opposite was true, and smaller socks should be relatively tighter.
- 76% picked the obviously correct answer, which is that "tightness" is a variable that doesn't correlate with size.
The question, minions, is not how much bigger must you make a sock to accommodate the heel. Imagine that you begin with the knowledge of the circumference of heel and instep, and from there calculate how much smaller the sock should be to fit the foot and toes?