Crowdpurr live audience Polls are a great way to ask your audience their opinion on a topic or get live crowd feedback instantly in real-time! Your crowd simply uses their mobile-device to cast their vote on a variety of different poll and question types. You can use Crowdpurr Polls for surveys, live Q&A's, exit-polling, or instantaneous crowd response.
Crowdpurr Polls allow you to ask your audience opinion-based questions like:
- Who is your favorite President of the United States?
- How would you rate the conference keynote speaker?
- How can we improve our company?
- Which benefits are most important to you as an employee?
- Who do you nominate for employee of the year?
- What questions do your have for our guest speaker this evening?
Unlike a Trivia Game, there is no right or wrong answer in a poll, only your crowd's opinion-based feedback.
Poll Types & Question Types
There are several different types of Polls under the Create Experiences page. These Poll types are simply "shortcuts" to creating a Poll with a certain type of question.
Your Poll's questions can have different types. Question types are:
This is where your crowd picks from several answer choices that you write along with your question. An example is:
- Which employee benefit is most important to you?
- A. Paid Time Off
- B. More Insurance Options
- C. Higher Pay Raises
- D. Newer Offices & Equipment
This is where your crowd writes in their own answer using their mobile-device keyboard. An example is:
- Who do you nominate for Employee of the Year?
Your crowd would then type in their own answer. Answers could be quite varied because the crowd makes up their own. Answers that are the same are automatically grouped together.
This is similar to Text-Answer Questions but the difference is this question only accepts a number. And the keyboard shown to your crowd is a numerical keyboard versus a full text keyboard. An example is:
- How many years have you been an employee?
Like or Dislike Questions
This question-type that quickly sets up a Like or Dislike Poll that is simply a multiple-choice question with two answer-options - Like or Dislike. An example is:
- We are considering an employee stock option?
The crowd would then vote if they Like or Dislike the question by easily clicking one of the special buttons specifically for this question-type on their mobile-device. This is a great way to get the overall feelings from your crowd on a variety of topics your present to them as questions.
Yes or No Question
This question-type that quickly sets up a Yes or Noll Poll that is simply a multiple-choice question with two answer-options - Yes or No. An example is:
- Are you satisfied with your company pay-raise for 2019?
The crowd would then easily cast a Yes or No vote by clicking one of the special buttons specifically for this question-type on their mobile device. This is a great way to vote on topics for your organization or event.
Presenting Live Poll Results To Your Crowd
During the Poll you can show the results from your crowd in real-time. The idea of a Poll is to gather information and/or feedback from your crowd. You can then visualize the crowd responses in the Projector View in a live bar chart. The Projector View opens in a desktop web-browser tab. It can be put in fullscreen mode and displayed on your Extended Desktop when your computer is connected to any external projectors or HDTV screens - similar to a PowerPoint or Keynote presentation.
You can also choose to not show live Poll results from your crowd. Or wait and show them at the end of each question. Or at the end of your entire Poll in a "review" session. The choice is yours.
Exporting Poll Results
When your Poll is complete, every vote from every participant can be exported to CSV for import into Excel or Google Docs. You can also collect participant lead capture data like First Name, Last Name, Email, Age, Phone Number and many others. This data can be exported for lead capture from your audience. Lead capture data is also tied to answer results so you can see who voted for which answers! To learn more check out Exporting Poll Results and Data to Excel.
Polls can also have an anonymous configuration without any lead capture collected from each participant.
Poll Frequently Asked Questions
For common questions and answers about Crowdpurr Polls, check out Poll Frequently Asked Questions.
More Information on Polls
Check out the following articles for more help on Polls:
- Step-by-Step Tutorial: Creating Your First Poll
- Working With Experiences
- Working With Questions
- Adding, Editing, & Removing Multiple-Choice Answers
- Advanced Poll Settings
- Setting Up & Customizing the Projector View
- Exporting Poll Result & Data to Excel
- Setup & Export Lead Capture Data of Your Participants