Do you vote? No, I’m not talking about elections, but instead, I’m talking about polls. Having a poll attached to some content helps to make that content more interactive, and it’s always interesting to see what the public thinks about a certain issue. Sometimes public opinion is split evenly between the available options, but at other times, the divide is more noticeable and erratic. I usually don’t vote in polls all that often, but I enjoy taking a look at the results. No matter how confident you may be in your supposed knowledge of the public, you’re sure to be surprised by them on occasion. To participate in and create your own polls, visit PollGenius.com.
There are plenty of polls for you to make your opinion known on, and instead of only casting a vote, you can also leave a comment, if you’re inclined to do so. There are some silly polls that have been created on PollGenius.com, but you can also learn some interesting things about people if you take the time to do the research. Created polls can include links to images and Web sites so that your participants can become better educated before they make their decision.
Are you wondering what people think about a certain subject? Well, why don’t you just ask them about it?