Open-Ended polls often ask “why,” “how,” or “what if...?” Unlike Head-to-head or Ranked polls, respondents do not judge options against one another. Instead, they offer feedback on a single creative asset, such as a video or image. You may also ask respondents to rate your creative asset on a scale of 1 to 5 stars.
In an Open-Ended poll, respondents give a free-form answer to your question. Your question can be about anything, from their initial impressions of your website to what they ate for breakfast.
You can also ask respondents to rate something on a scale of 1 to 5 stars. Star ratings help you quantify overall respondent sentiment and make it easy to segment your results. For example, you might start by looking only at the 1-star ratings to see what you can improve right away.Visit the gallery
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