Lots of people collect candid, anonymous feedback from the audience.
You can crowdsource answers, too! Borrow any of these questions. We'll walk you through the steps to turn a question into a live poll.
Poll responses are kept private
This is how it works
Ask your audience a question with the Poll Everywhere app
Audience answers in real time using mobile phones, Twitter, or web browsers
See your response live on the web or in a PowerPoint presentation
To help towns and rural communities get their own renewable energy, C4CE asks attendees what they really need.
Use an anonymous, open-ended poll question to get feedback on sensitive topics
Use polling to help students develop habits of critical thinking and gradual learning.
ULA hosts a million-vote Poll Everywhere poll
United Launch Alliance hosts a million-vote poll for the history books.
Gamification via segmented polls
Use polls to engage your students and tailor your lectures to their interests.
Getting critical feedback from busy people
Interactive townhalls make gathering feedback fast and easy
A professional speaker and futurist engages his audience and adapts his presentations.
Global and in-house feedback, collected simultaneously
The Circus Star USA competition heightens drama with live polling
Creating interactive lectures with live polling
Aspiring radiologists have fun with word clouds and clickable images
Helping students understand the law at University of Arizona
UofA professor pinpoints misunderstandings with multiple choice polls.
Engineering professor promotes understanding with in-class polling
Engineering Professor checks lecture effectiveness every 15 minutes.
Active learning in large classes
History students learn to think like historians through polling in the lecture hall
Tap into the insight of a large group, then prioritize ideas and narrow them down.
Clickable image poll adds fresh perspective to AP English
Get a fresh take on the discussion with clickable image polls.