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ARS Keypads Keep Focus Groups Focused

Focus group research can be a blessing and a curse for both the companies that seek the insights and for those who conduct the research. The findings can mean the difference between product launch success and failure, so it’s crucial to put the right questions to the right people and to capture unbiased answers—and that’s often harder than it sounds.

Public vs. Anonymous Voting – Which is Right for You?

The choice between holding a public or anonymous voting session can have a great impact on your participants’ voting experience as well as the overall outcome.   

VA Farm Bureau Grows Itself a Better Meeting Voting System

VA Farm Bureau had their online/virtual meeting all planned out when their requirements changed and suddenly, they had to connect multiple different locations in a way that they can all vote remotely, and yet, as if they were all sitting in the same room.

Simplifying a Massive Outdoor Voting Session for the NH House of Representatives

The New Hampshire House of Representatives’ 2021 meeting was hardly a conventional one. In an effort to reduce person-to-person contact, representatives opted for a drive-in outdoor voting session from the comfort of their own cars.

Stow is a Go on Multi Room Voting

Town of Stow, MA was facing a unique challenge for their town meeting – how to seat their residents indoor and outdoor and still receive all the votes just as if they were all sitting in the same room.
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The Necessity of Virtual Voting in the Time of COVID-19

Holding a virtual election isn’t always easy. For an electoral assembly met with COVID-19 restrictions, such as the Virginia Farm Bureau, amending the voting process presents several unique challenges. Instead of meeting for three days as a single group of 200 members, they decided to split up to 14 different locations around their state and vote electronically. This is how they did it…

Public Voting at a Town Meeting During COVID-19

Town of Wenham, MA decided that an electronic voting system can solve their dilemma with a contentious town meeting that needed to have a public voting option while taking place outdoors.

Town Meeting Voting in the Time of COVID-19

New England Town Meeting Voting is not known for social distancing. Usually several hundred citizens squeeze into a meeting room or gymnasium and vote on local matters dear to their hearts. So how do you do ‘contactless voting’ and accommodate COVID-19 restrictions into your voting sessions?

Electronic Voting and the 91 Million-Dollar Question

The residents of Leicester, MA got together on September 26th in record-breaking numbers to vote on a proposition to borrow $91 million to relocate one of their schools.

Attending to the Business of the Church

An audience response system enables the Episcopal Diocese of Pennsylvania to vote on annual meeting measures in a fraction of the time the scantron systems used to take. “We’ve taken what had been a 45-minute process and reduced it to 10 minutes,” says Jeremiah Mustered, Executive Assistant to the Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Pennsylvania.

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