Vote!! I vote yes because free will is false.
Yes, we do have free will. We are compelled to do certain things for survival (eat, sleep, avoid danger/harm, biological functions) but we can choose to override these. I can decide not to eat for the next two weeks. I can choose to put off sleep for many hours. I can participate in activities that could potentially hurt or kill me.
I expressed my free will in answering this question. I wasn't compelled or destined or forced to do so. I could have easily avoided it. In fact, I should avoided it since I should be doing other things instead.
That's my 2 cents worth.
I would estimate about 35-45% of members here do not believe in free will.
I initially thought it would be much higher, but that was back when I thought there was a high correlation between atheism and intelligence/critical thinking. I have since learned, here, that it is not so high. For fuck's sake, there's a "Conservative Atheists" post denying global warming in the first page of the feed right now.
Determinism, in philosophy, theory that all events, including moral choices, are completely determined by previously existing causes. Determinism is usually understood to preclude free will because it entails that humans cannot act otherwise than they do. Britannica.com
With out a doubt there is a plethora of preset factors. However, along the way, thru our life, there are changing factors that were not specifically present into motion to force us to do predetermined things.
An analogy of a boat in a river. There may be the general large force pushing the boat down stream but it is not specifically predetermined if the boat(captain) would decide to drift or aim to one bank or another or to just drop anchor.
There are free will decisions that can change the "go with the flow" outcome if it were decided to go against the flow or predetermined (by gravity) flow of the river.