To qwanz a poll means to send the information directly to the source, to people, government agencies, and organizations with the power to affect change on the issue at hand.
Public opinion gathered but not distributed is potential influence wasted. Taking an indicative snapshot of public sentiment and qwanzing it to the right people can mean the difference between initiating change and enabling things stay the same.
Use QWANZ IT to decide how public opinion gets distributed, who receives the results of a poll, and how the information may be used depending on where you decide to send it.
There’s a lot of power in the act of qwanzing. You become the amplifier of the people’s voice. You are capable of bringing a little more democracy to this democracy just by upping your own civic participation and taking the initiative when you feel the public ought to be heard.
We connect you with a network of government agencies, public officials, corporations, and 20,000 journalists worldwide.
After you vote, comment, and compare responses, click the “Qwanz it” button to send the poll results where you think they should go. This could be a journalist who’s been covering the topic, or advocating on a particular side of the issue, or who can influence those whose decisions affect the matter at hand. It’s up to you where to qwanz it. We just make it easy for you to search, select, and send.
We want you to qwanz often, but qwanz wisely. Send public opinion where it can really make a difference. Your qwanzing capacity is capped at 5 times per day.