You'd have to get every person in the entire world in that room to vote on you for it to be accurate.
What I've noticed though, is that people and society categorizes people off.
It is true that beauty is in the eye of the beholder, but it's also true that certain features / aestetics are accepted as being more attractive than others.
I mean within a population, you always see these iconic beauty symbols ( celebrities,) if there wasn't a standard of above average beauty, such a concept wouldn't be so highly sought after and represented by the celebrity group.
There are different levels of attractiveness - but it's not condemning which ever one you fall into, simply because peoples " taste " vary universally.
Not everyone thinks Angelina Jolie is gorgeous, and not everyone thinks Rosie O Donald is ugly.
Well.. Since beauty is pretty much subjective, to a degree, someone *being* ugly doesn't really mean anything.. But, for all intents and purposes, yeah you are..
I guess what it comes down to is practicality more so than 'absolute truth'.. If 90% of people has a consensus that they find you ugly, you're shooting yourself in the foot for not listening to them, as you've just actively hurt your chances at 90% of the population (assuming that the sample of people was representative).