Consider this, like, an informal poll. You won't get in trouble for saying no or anything; it's not actually a rule that you have to read the policies (because by using the wiki you're agreeing to follow them whether you've read them or not).
I just find myself pointing people to thing that are already clearly written out for people pretty often, and it makes me curious.
Have you ever actually read all the way through the policies?
Have you ever read through part of the policies? (which part? why that part?)
Have you only read parts you were directly sent to? (like an admin or user pointing you to rule 3.1)
Have you not read a single letter?
Why did/didn't you read them?
If you haven't, is there a change that would make you more likely to read them?
If you have, did you notice a technical flaw that could be fixed and make them easier/better to read?
Anything else relevant
To clarify, this isn't an invitation to discuss what the actual policies are and if you like them or not. If you want to talk about that, make another thread for it. Here what I want to know is if and how many people actually read the wiki policies and why.