Its a stupid poll... just being factual.
But possibly realistic.
Perhaps the best realistic poll pertaining to the above would be:
Would you rather spend the summer in Eureka California or Phoenix Arizona? Although not exact, the description of both places in the summer (or much of the summer) are pretty close to the choices in the poll.
Eureka in July
Average high/low = 62/52
Average July temp = 57
Usually overcast and cloudy
Average precipitation = 0.15 inches (almost never any significant rain in summer)
Phoenix mid June to mid July
Average high temperature = 105
Usually sunny with low humidity and little rain (the monsoon usually doesn't kick off until mid-July).
Of course the above are only for part of the year. In the tropics or sub-tropics you could probably find locations that match the descriptions pretty well year round.
Some of the highlands around Lima Peru could match the first description (around 55 degrees year round, usually overcast, but with very little precipitation), while places in Chad would fit the other description (high temperatures pretty close to 105 year round with lots of sunshine and little precipitation).
Coldest temperature thus far in 2018: -26 on 2/21
Warmest temperature thus far in 2018: 99 on 7/8 (All time record high)
Precip thus far in 2018: 11.01 inches
Snowfall thus far in 2018: 38.7 inches
Last frost of early summer: 7/1
First frost of late summer: 8/29
Last snow of late spring: 5/1
First snow of early fall: 10/6