|Type of business||Private|
|Headquarters||Phoenix, Arizona , United States|
|Key people||Craig Quiter, Co-Founder
Alexander Karandreas, Co-Founder
Robert Vinciguerra, CEO
|Industry||Social Network Service, Polling|
|Slogan(s)||Make Your Voice Heard|
|Alexa rank||2,564,597 (October 2016[update])|
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Wepolls allows any user to create a poll and share it on other social media outlets, such as Facebook, Reddit, Google+, and StumbleUpon. Website developers can also embed a Wepolls poll into any HTML page, similar to products developed by PollDaddy.
The use of a feature called the "blurb," users can also share videos, images, and websites.
2012 Republican Primaries
On 15 December 2012 Wepolls hosted an "alternative" Republican Primary Debate between three national candidates often excluded from televised debates. These included Former New Mexico Governor Gary Johnson, Former Louisiana Governor Buddy Roemer, and political activist Fred Karger. According to a vote by Wepolls users, Gary Johnson won the debate.
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