It’s summer! It’s also festival season, with towns, cities, and other groups putting on a myriad of events and shows. With hundreds of people coming out to enjoy each day, festivals are excellent places to conduct some polling and get feedback. Below are three ways polls during festivals can result in some great ad hoc data.
Since we're part of the high growth chatbot movement here at PollQ, we like to stay on top of innovations in the space. Here's a story that one of our amazing interns, Breanna Marshall just published at Women 2.0.
I recently had the opportunity to hear David Rothschild from Microsoft Research speak about polling strategies at the Roper Center at Cornell. He has a remarkable record of polling accuracy, including election predictions, and he was kind enough to share some of his insights with the PollQ community.
PollQ was invited by InfoTech of Western New York to help with polling during it's annual BETAS (Buffalo Emerging Technology Awards Showcase) event on May 4th. We jumped at the opportunity, both to spread our name and to learn!
The PollQ team was thrilled to have the opportunity to sit down with our beta tester, John Zogby, founder of the world-famous Zogby Poll and the Zogby companies for a discussion of polling strategies and best practices.