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dPolls.com – Voting on Ajax January 22, 2006

Posted by lukaszfelsztukier in ajax, Votes + Polls.
dPolls.com - voting online

dPolls released a website containing nothing but polls. They’re ajax-powered, so giving your vote feels very interactive, along with the progress bar and nicely drawn graphics. You can set up poll on almost any topic, and best of all it’s actually free for everyone!

Here’s what the creators had to say about it:

dPolls.com is website dedicated to providing the best online polling experience avaiable. Make your opinion heared by voting to any poll you’d like.
Let other people know what you think, and find out if people think the same as you.
Want to get an opinion about an issue that’s importent to you? Create your own poll and start getting other people opinions. You can create a poll in just about any subject you can think of.

dPolls.com is totally free! Every service that our site offers is free of charge.
Vote to a poll, create a poll, link a poll to your site – it’s all free!

We try to make our site as user friendly as it can be. We think that ease of use is a very important factor in the appeal of a site to its users.
dPolls was published in 2005 with the aim to create the largest repository of opinions around the world.



1. Nocavehoes - August 21, 2006

http://www.pollpub.com has free polls that also use ajax. I like http://www.pollpub.com because the polls are easier to setup and also use ajax. Start a poll in seconds at pollpub.com and tell me if I am right!

2. david - February 3, 2007

Hello this is test poll

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