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Should people who ask questions always (or at least almost always) be choosing a correct answer? Isn't it a bit impolite if they don't?
Here's some general Stack Exchange doctrine on accepting an answer. Basically, yes, you should generally do it.
I don't think it's that huge a deal if you don't, though, since community is a stronger and more meaningful endorsement of answers, in my opinion.