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What can you use VoteFair surveys for?

Here are a few examples:

Choosing a new logo, when there are more than two choices

Choosing a time or date for an event, when there are more than two choices

Elections of non-profit or corporate board members, especially when there are two or more equivalent openings

Surveys among co-op members for ranking priorities (such as budget categories)

Ranking preferences among family members for activities or vacation destinations

Choosing your musical band's name, or any decision that involves members of a small organization

Surveying your friends to rank music, movies, or food

Small elections that involve more than two candidates



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