Voting results

In a modern direct democracy elections are not based on parties, but on topics. So decisions about any topic are a direct result of your votes on proposals and opinion leaders. Democratic managed companies, clubs, associations and other type of organizations or groups also value the contribution and choices of everyone involved in order to be able to take 'well thought' decisions. For both environments OpinionFirst is available. 

Click on any topic and you can find different options for that topic:


Gives you an overview of proposals, plans, ideas, petitions, solutions, motions and initiatives. You can vote on your preferred proposal and opinion leader, or disagree with all proposals.


With a 360° persons give their views on matters that are important to them. So 360°'s gives you an overview of advice, visions, ideas and recommendations on a topic as well on what proposals are recommended. 

Opinion leaders

Clicking on 'Opinion leaders' gives you an overview of opinion leaders that could represent you on that topic.


Clicking on 'Results' gives you an overview of the voting results on that topic:

Voting results

You immediately start with an overview of the percentage of votes which were given to each proposal by registered voters. Also the total number of votes for each proposal is visible.

In this overview you can see which selected opinion leaders will represent you for which proposal. Hovering shows the proposal title with the representatives which have received most votes. During debates and conversations, these representatives will develop the best possible solution directly representing the majority of the voters on their proposals.

By clicking on the percentage you will see additional details about the opinion leaders that represent these proposals.


In this 'Results' graph you will see how many votes are given to each proposal. This is important information, because it tells you how far one proposal is behind or in front of another proposal in popularity.


In the 'Activity' graph you see in one view how the different proposals develop in time and how they compare to each other. You are easily able to compare proposals over minutes, hours, days, weeks, months or years.


Click on 'Maps' you will (geographically) see where people have voted. You are able to zoom in and out on the map. For privacy reasons we only allow a view of the results in a place or neighborhood (and not private addresses). At the upper right of the map you are able to click on tabs to see different type of votes. 

By clicking on 'Sort' you can choose various options to display and filter proposals. By default the proposals are sorted in the order in which they had the last activity, but you can adjust the sorting options.


Choose any place in the world and vote or give your support!