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OpaVote Demonstration Poll

This is a demonstration poll to show some of the features of OpaVote. There are five contests in this poll illustrating different voting methods supported by OpaVote. In your own polls, you can customize this text, use rich formatting, and include pictures. Below, you can also see example reports showing the results of this poll so far.

Traditional Plurality Voting

This is the first contest in this poll. Here, we are deciding whether to eat dessert first using plurality voting. In this example, the voter is required to select a choice, but you can also allow voters to cast empty votes.

Instructions: Click to select or unselect a choice. You must select exactly 1 choice.

Instant Runoff Voting

This second contest is for selecting a favorite ice cream flavor using instant runoff voting. This is an example of the ranked simple ballot. The next contest shows the ranked enhanced ballot.

Instructions: Drag the choices to arrange them in order of preference with your most preferred at the top and your least preferred at the bottom.

Single Transferable Vote

This third contest is for selecting two pizzas using the single transferable vote. This is an example of the ranked enhanced ballot.

Instructions: Use the buttons to add choices to the ballot, and then drag to arrange them in order of preference with your most preferred at the top and your least preferred at the bottom.

Condorcet Voting

This fourth contest is a repeat of the favorite ice cream flavor except that the winner is chosen using Condorcet voting.

Instructions: Drag the choices to arrange them in order of preference with your most preferred at the top and your least preferred at the bottom.

Approval Voting

This fifth contest is again a repeat of the favorite ice cream flavor except that the winner is chosen using approval voting.

Instructions: Click to select or unselect a choice.

Instructions: Double check your ballot. Then click the "Vote!" button to cast your vote.

Preliminary results are available here (updated every 5 minutes).