OpinionFirst benefits

OpinionFirst is about important topics that impact you and every other citizen or groupsmember. It is a direct meeting place for experts, managers, concerned employees, members and citizens on the one hand and voters on the other.

Every politician, policymaker, professor, specialist, journalist, manager, ceo, president, concerned employee, member or citizen can contribute with his or her vision and proposals. They inform you directly on their specific preferences, knowledge and expertise on topics.

You can read about their vision and vote on their proposals. With your vote you indicate which proposal you think should be implemented. You have direct influence because you are effectively involved in decisions that concern you! For free and with a simple mouse click or tap on your screen! OpinionFirst is for everyone who prefers to independently make their own choices.

Democracy by OpinionFirst or by tradional elections?

Or a mix of both? With OpinionFirst:

①  You vote any time you like and are always able to change your vote.

Or traditional: You vote once every 4 years during the elections.

 You vote exactly on those topics that concern you the most!

Or traditional: You need a voting profiler to choose a party or you vote for a party program you barely know.

 You vote for any proposal that you 100% agree with.

Or traditional: You sometimes vote at the elections for a party you maybe agree with for just 50%.

 You vote quickly and easily on any proposal in your neighborhood, hometown, province, country, continent and even for the world.

Or traditional: You often vote indirectly via a party about a limited number of priorities that concern you.

 You always have influence on any important issue.  

Or traditional: You have barely or no influence because the party you voted for is not in the government or this party needs to change the original party program due to a coalition with another party.

 You can add your own proposal as an opinion leader or motivate others with your voting advice.

Or traditional: You wait for what politicians and policy makers decide for you.

 You vote and give your advice, vision and ideas on topics that are relevant for you.

Or traditional: You do not vote at all because politicians are not really in touch with you and should listen better to issues that concern you.

 You choose for and promote modern direct democracy.

Or traditional: You accept little or no democracy in many parts of the world.

Modern democratic principles in organisations with OpinionFirst or no change?

Or a mix of both at your club, company, association or any other type of group? With OpinionFirst:

 You vote any time you like and are always able to change your vote.

Or traditional: You have barely or no opportunity to vote on what you consider to be the best proposal. In general you have no influence at all. 

  You vote exactly on topics that concern you the most!

Or traditional: At best, you are consulted in 'council' meetings. In general you have no possibilities to share your knowledge and preferences.

  You vote for any proposal that you 100% agree with.

Or traditional: There are no proposals to choose from. 

  You vote quickly and easily on any proposal in your company, club, association or any other type of group.

Or traditional: There are no proposals to choose from or barely opportunities to express your opinion.

  You always have influence on any important issue.  

Or traditional: You have barely or no influence because the management or board has all power. They take decisions without verifying what is preferred by members or employees.

  You can add your own proposal as an opinion leader or motivate others with your voting advice.

Or traditional: You wait for what managers, the board or others in power positions decide for you.

  You vote and give your advice, vision and ideas on topics that are relevant for you.

Or traditional: You do not vote at all because this option is not available for you. Advice is often considered as a burden, not as a possibility for improvements.

  You choose for and promote modern democratic principles.

Or traditional: You accept little or no democratic principles in your company, club, association or any other type of group. Others decide without consulting those who it concerns.

 

Register now or read more on how you could promote modern democracy!

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