I like this polling feature. Another great resource is http://polldaddy.com, however the free subscription only allows for a sample size of 100. But it has great tools for quantifying your results which includes IP analysis.
Turns out the wordpress polling function uses polldaddy. See http://en.support.wordpress.com/polls/. But I’m going to try polldaddy outside of wordpress as well. Thanks for the tip!
I just discovered this myself. I like that WordPress allows you to automatically create a Polldaddy account with your WordPress username and password.
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