In a Ranked poll, respondents see all the options at once and rank them in order of preference. They submit a written comment explaining their thinking, and PickFu aggregates all their votes to name a winner.
In a Ranked poll, respondents see all your options at once and put them in preference order (#1, #2, #3, etc.). They then write one comment explaining their ranking.
Ranked polls use instant runoff voting and require a majority to win. That’s a fancy way of saying that PickFu tabulates everybody’s rankings until one option has earned over half of the respondent’s votes.Browse the gallery
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