DemoChoice
Web polls where the voters win

By having voters rank candidates, DemoChoice produces:
  • Satisfactory representation for everyone
  • Majority rule
It works! And you can create your own poll for free! (with or without ads)
  • 3 levels of security
    - for open web polls or private group elections
  • Multiple-question polls
  • Show results in real time or after polls close
  • Several ballot and results page styles

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Cutest Oakland Zoo animal
(Rank the candidates you support!)
1 candidate will be elected.
[add/drop]      elephant
[add/drop]      gibbon
[add/drop]      warthog
[add/drop]      goat
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San Francisco and several cities in Alameda County, California use ranked-choice voting. Here is a summary of results of each election.
An OpenSTV-powered version of DemoChoice is now available at OpenSTV.DemoChoice.org. OpenSTV features a large number of counting methods, including several that closely conform to those used in public elections around the world. The main DemoChoice site still offers faster counting (noticeable only in huge elections) and produces more evenly sized constituencies in multi-winner elections.
Try a complete ranked-choice version of California's November 2006 election or British Columbia's 2013 election.
An interface is available for web-enabled mobile devices.
An experimental version of DemoChoice builds on the Warren method (a version of Meek with less ballot fragmentation) but counts more votes for winners by recasting exhausted ballots and is made hand-countable by keeping ballot fractions as large as possible.


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