Do you think the total electric charge of Our Universe is zero?
i'd rather ask: "why do you think that it is (non-)zero?"
Because no confirmed theory can prove or disprove yes or no answer to this question.
Also, why is there more matter then antimatter in Our Universe?
huh! i hope that the poll results here and now, on physicsforums, will finally give the answer to this question!!!
I have also voted yes :)
This depends on two things, I guess:
1) The validity of conservation of charge in all reactions.
2) The initial conditions of the universe.
The first is testable, but the second probably isn't, so I don't think I can even guess.
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