Deliberative Polling

A Deliberative Poll® is a survey of a scientific sample of a population both before and after it has had a chance to deliberate — to weigh competing arguments, get good information, discuss the issues in moderated small groups and question competing experts. At the end of a Deliberative Poll, the sample is surveyed again, revealing that responses to approximately 70% of the questions change significantly in the process.

Deliberative Polling® has been successfully implemented in 17 countries to 35 organizations, institutions and governments.
See our video to learn more!

Reframe It’s team includes consultants with extensive backgrounds in deliberative democracy, such as Reframe It Board Member Dr. James Fishkin, who is Director of the Center For Deliberative Democracy at Stanford, and Dr. Alice Siu, Associate Director of the Center for Deliberative Democracy at Stanford.

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