When you add a poll there are choices for people to make. They just click in the little circle in front of their choice and then click the vote button beneath the choices.
For you to see how the poll is going you can click the link that says view poll without voting. You will get a bar graph that shows the percentage of votes for each choice. Under that is how many people voted.
I hope this helps!
Yes they can. However most people aren't likely to though.
I myself often click on the option to see the results without voting. LOL!
I have placed polls at the end of a few of my hubs and I believe there has only been one which actually received a vote.
Best of luck!
by Person of Interest 7 years ago
It would be very nice if we could close a poll capsule in such a way that:A. No further votes can be made by visitors.B. The previous results are still displayed.C. A little sign says “Poll Closed.” or some such.
by Trsmd 9 years ago
If you are Using Poll in your Hubpages, How many viewers are casting their vote in the Poll. And which page of yours attracted much voting?
by Buildreps 2 years ago
After some research on my own Hubs, it appears that the amount of votes on the polls in your Hub is influenced by a few factors:* The higher in the Hub, the more clicks it gets. The best position is on top, this position get about 45% more clicks.* The more choices you give the reader, the less...
by @ Bollywood... 3 years ago
I was wondering about what percentage of people vote on the poll from the people who are viewing our hub. My hub is getting visiters but hardly any vote in a well defined and very simple opinion poll.
by Daisy Mariposa 6 years ago
If you read a Hub that contains a poll, do you vote in the poll?
by Kathleen Odenthal 3 years ago
The editors choice can be a great accolade, unfortunately I know many of the best hubbers I have discovered are frustrated with the EC system, or have given up on it all completely. Some days the hubs are great, other days they are poor quality, with rampant spelling and grammar errors. I know some...
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