It is an obvious question to ask – why create online polls when the market of enterprise applications is flooded with tons of marketing, collaboration, and workforce management tools?
Online polls offer various insights to businesses that can help them to make smarter decisions. Polls can save huge money from being spent in the wrong direction.

An online poll is a time tested approach to research and analyze people’s opinions. Polls are extensively used to predict the outcome of elections; nevertheless, nowadays online feedback polls have emerged as the most convenient and handy tool for the marketing community. In addition to that, business owners are perceiving online polls as a major contributor helping them take the most effective decisions.

Creating a free poll
If you wish to know what someone’s thinking – it doesn’t hurt to ask!
The poll – is a powerful tool political researchers & organizations use to deduce the opinion of a large scale audience. A well-known example of polling is the election and pre-election poll.

A new syndicated study from EBONY/QuestionPro considers whether African-Americans today feel as hopeless as slaves heading to the New World during the transatlantic slave trade.
In Neil Gaiman’s television adaptation of American Gods, African deity Anansi (played by Orlando Jones) appears to a group of slaves heading to the New World on a Dutch ship. Dressed in a flashy modern suit, he explains to the chained and terrified group that what lies ahead for them and their descendants are centuries of pain, exploitation and oppression….

When it’s time to elect the right candidate, everyone is eager to learn which political party does individual support, reasons for this support and everything related to their opinion. There are multiple surveys being conducted via multiple mediums such as social media or email campaigns which ask citizens to opine about upcoming exit polls or topics closely related to exit polls.

The call to reform the tax code was one of President Trump’s biggest promises during the 2016 presidential campaign, and after much debate and fanfare, the Senate passed the proposal, 51-49, marking the first time in 27 years the tax code has been substantially changed. The tax reform bill has been covered by every news channel and political reporter, but how do the American people feel about it? QuestionPro Audience conducted a study with our registered voter panel to get their insight and perspective on this controversial bill.