Polling has been a source of inestimable knowledge, particularly for researchers. There is a wide range of tools available on the web to conduct polls and surveys. Which one is the best?
Here we are listing the best online and survey tools available on the web.
Personally, my favorite online survey software. You can conduct free polls and surveys containing up to ten questions for absolutely free. The Free account is limited to 1k participant email invites/month and not possible to create custom URL’s for the surveys. But PollDaddy is the best for beginners.
With MicroPoll you can create polls easily. Thousands of organizations worldwide have chosen MicroPoll as their trusted partner for conducting online research.
PollSnack offers a free service for creating polls and quizzes. You can sign up with your Facebook, Google or Twitter account to start. PollSnack allows create polls and surveys in any language you wish and also export your data as CSV.
Flisti is another popular tool to create online polls and surveys. One of the highlights of Flisti is registration is not required in order to create a poll. You just need to enter your question and specify some answer choices to create polls on Flisti.
Obsurvey is the best tool to create multiple choice surveys or open-ended surveys. Obsurvey is easy to use, but there is no option to start a free account. You need $12 at-least to start with basic level.
KwikSurveys is a free to use as an online survey builder, which has been specifically designed so that it is quick and easy to use for people of all experience levels.
Yarp is a limited edition survey tool, but it’s ease of use. All answer formats on Yarp present only two options along the lines of “true or false” or “yes or no.
Polleverywhere is a great tool. Half of Fortune 1000 companies use Poll Everywhere in all sorts of events including marketing presentations, training, sales demos, etc. Pollseverywhere has a free plan but very limited and allows for just 40 responses per poll.