Vizu launches Vizu Vote Maps
Vizu has recently launched an innovative new feature of our free web poll widget on Vizu.com called Vote Maps which is a mashup between poll answers and Google Maps.
Now every poll comes with a Vote Map that allows people to see where in the world votes on a poll are coming from. Answers are color coded to help highlight regional differences in answer choices. Users can look at poll responses on a world map or drill down all the way to the zip code level to analyze vote patterns. Votes show up on the map regardless of where a poll resides – be it on Vizu.com, a blog, website, or social network page. And the results are aggregated on the vote map even if there are multiple different instances of the poll.
Here are some great sample polls that really show off the new Vote Maps feature:
Sample Vote Maps:
- See a greater acceptance for seersucker suits in the South: http://www.vizu.com/res/Business/fashion/poll-results.html?n=40016
- See that the readership for the local church site conducting this poll is heavily concentrated in a couple of nearby states: http://www.vizu.com/res/Grab/poll-results.html?n=40172
- See a high concentration of votes in
for this poll about an Indian model of a Honda motorcycle: http://www.vizu.com/res/poll-results.html?n=39722 India
Here is another sample poll which will know if you are telling the truth. Once you say were you are located, click the comment button beneath the poll results to see a demonstration of the associated vote map.