Combining pedagogical tools from the most relevant research in educational methodology with the soul penetrating skills of the most effective group process practices to bring meaningful and accurate survey results on issues related to electoral reform.

We offer two types of surveys:
Townhall Surveys
Designed to access people who are more likely to participate in a referendum.
Online Surveys
Focused on memberships of groups such as political parties and non-profit organizations.

We  supply a variety of tutorials:
These are designed strike a balance between (i) making the tutorial accessible by not complicating the issue with excessive detail  and (ii) providing enough information so people know what their voting for.


Surveys that are incorporated into the service of adaptive and relevant goals give meaningful results. A brief tutorial serves as an example of an adaptive goal when the demographic in question is not familiar with the topic of the survey. In the current situation, a tutorial about potential electoral ballots gives the proper context to the surveyee. We offer two types of surveys. In each survey the questions are tailored to address the specific needs of the concerned party.

A Townhall Survey simulates a polling station with four to six floor-stand mounted tablets that serve as ballot boxes. The results are instantaneously updated on a projector screen. The results screen serves to channel the attendees along to eliminate bottle necks near the polling stations. This model is suited for political parties and non-profit organizations that want to survey the subset of people who are already motivated enough to vote in the referendum.

The Online Survey simulates the experience that a voter encounters when completing a ballot at a polling station. Results are tabulated at the conclusion of the survey window. This model is well-suited for political parties and non-profit organizations that want to survey their memberships and governments that want to survey geographical regions. This option will include surveyees who are likely to not participate the upcoming referencdum


The talent we bring to electoral reform surveys.