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Introduction to Vote Sizing

Welcome to our new site!

iVoteSize surveys have more moving parts than traditional 1-person-1-vote surveys; and although our goal is to make the process as transparent, elegant and debatable as possible - you may find it easy to become overwhelmed or lost in all the new ideas at play in a vote sizing universe.

In order to get up to speed as fast as possible, I've created [to date, three of] four "Introduction" movies to move us along:

Introducing us

Hi there! I'm Steve Glickman - the Founder, Owner and President of the Vote Sizing Institute. Vote sizing is a passion I've been pursuing for the majority of my life based on rejecting the idea that 1-person-1-vote is the be all and end all of modern society.

In this video explaining my Prizi presentation (http://Prezi.com/zr-td-bz86bq/introduction-to-vote-sizing-introducing-us) I walk through the evolution of ideas which have shaped and reinforced my passion for vote sizing:

  1. Hegel's passion: (http://en.Wikipedia.org/wiki/Georg_Wilhelm_Friedrich_Hegel#Progress)
  2. Marx's groundedness: (http://en.Wikipedia.org/wiki/Marxism#Overview)
  3. Correlating the two perspectives in a graph form.
  4. Searching for the ideal correlation.
  5. Finding a variety of possible solutions.
  6. Finding other (than Hegel / Marx dialectic) vectors in society which would benefit from vote sizing.

Introducing you

As our client, you are a member or overseer of an electorate, operating in a sector and subsector of society. You use vote sizing to find:

  1. Ways to invoke change in areas that are resistant to change.
  2. Ways to find stability in areas which seem chaotic.
  3. Areas of consensus to move into with little resistance.
  4. Areas of conflict to continue on, or try to alter; but with a better understanding of the risk and more visitiblity into the causes of the problems that surface.
  5. Transparent, controlled and insightful debate.

Introducing the competition

There are many other companies who run surveys (data mining, polling and/or focus-group research). If they are good, they:

  1. Plan a thought-out investigation into relevant areas of discovery.
  2. Come up with precise and unpredictable questions with possible answers.
  3. Produce an easy to understand and detailed analysis.
  4. Perhaps coordinating a discussion later on among the group.

Introducing vote sizing

Vote sizing adds a few very important pieces to the process of querying a group of people - scales and formulas. With this additional information you will be able to find along with the traditional results (being generated on the equality line) - five other ways to favor voters: extremes, moderates, responsible, in need and random. You will also be able to find the deviation between different combinations - indicating how much conflict or consensus exists. With this understanding of how the group thinks and behaves, you can better plan the group's decisions and forcast where there will be turbulance.

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Introducing the Competition

Transcript for video:Welcome to the third of my four introduction videos.In the first two videos, I tried to:Introduce both me and you, andConnect our shared goals with vote sizing.In this video, I'd like to introduce the...

Introducing You

Transcript for video:Welcome to the second of my four introduction videos.In the first video, I tried to:Introduce myself to you,Shed some light on why vote sizing is important to me andExplain why I’ve made it a life-long...

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Posted: 3 months 4 days ago
By: Steve Glickman
On: ExampleSurvey » Candidate » General public » Handling of the fiscal cliff

People who are:

  1. Living in either very sparsly or occupied households
  2. Work an average number of hours per week.
  3. Are either young or old.

... don't think that racism is interfering too much with the political process.

Posted: 1 year 1 month ago
By: Steve Glickman
On: Survey » Public school » Classroom » Grade 11 math

Female students, and students who listen to softer music, feel better about themselves.

Posted: 1 year 1 month ago
By: Steve Glickman
On: Survey » Public school » Classroom » Grade 11 math

Male students and students with longer hair need less explanation when assigning tasks.

Posted: 1 year 1 month ago
By: Steve Glickman
On: Survey » Public school » Classroom » Grade 11 math

Females stuends, and students who get either very good or bad grades, are more likely to say their family interferes with their concentration.

Posted: 1 year 1 month ago
By: Steve Glickman
On: Survey » Public school » Classroom » Grade 11 math

Students who:

  1. Live in either sparsely or fully populated households.
  2. Have mid-range grades.

... are more motivated by tests.

Posted: 1 year 1 month ago
By: Steve Glickman
On: Survey » Public school » Classroom » Grade 11 math

As the number of people living in the students' house grows, their desire to work with people they know diminishes.

Posted: 1 year 1 month ago
By: Steve Glickman
On: ExampleSurvey » Candidate » General public » Handling of the fiscal cliff

Middle aged, and higher-earners, find it easier to make informed decisions.

Posted: 1 year 1 month ago
By: Steve Glickman
On: ExampleSurvey » Candidate » General public » Handling of the fiscal cliff

Women are more secure that there will be resolution before any damage is done.

Posted: 1 year 1 month ago
By: Steve Glickman
On: ExampleSurvey » Restaurant » Staff » Suggestions on improving workplace

Employees who live nearby are less motivated by tests.

Posted: 1 year 1 month ago
By: Steve Glickman
On: ExampleSurvey » Restaurant » Staff » Suggestions on improving workplace

Employees who work more hours are more content with the tools they are given to in order to do their work.

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iVoteSize surveys have more moving parts than traditional 1-person-1-vote surveys; and although our goal is to make the process as transparent, elegant and debatable as possible - you may find it easy to become overwhelmed...
Here's where you'll find articles we occasionally publish for distribution to our clients, the media or general public.
Investigations are categories for further refined questions.

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