Have an opinion? Share it on eChunav
A new website allows people to ask questions on politics, religion, economics, lifestyle, fashion and more; and be rated accordingly
Do you value your opinion? Would you like to see how many more share similar views? Do you plan to start a new service in the city, but need public opinion beforehand? You may want to visit eChunav.com, a new website that collects people’s opinion on a variety of topics from religion, politics, economics, social issues, to fashion, lifestyle; and their tastes, likes and dislikes.
The website collects your answers in a set questionnaire format — Yes, No, Maybe etc. — and makes the overall result available to all in parameters like sex, age profession — similar to a survey result’s. This makes it a very useful tool for students and professionals looking for public opinion on a topic without spending a bomb on it.
Unfortunately, if you need detailed data — like the total number of respondents, the exact number of ‘Yes’ and ‘No’, you must contact the eChunav team. Though the license agreement makes you the owner of the information, it prohibits you from using survey results for commercial purposes without a written consent from eChunav.
However, it does recognise your effort in answering the questions by offering you points, the sum total of which is used to rank you among other users — the more points you earn, the higher you go up in eChunav’s social ladder. You also get points when you invite your friends to the platform.
Before rushing to share the good news, remember that this website is still in its early days with roughly 4,000 members. You might find better options to gauge public opinion with Google forms or Facebook to reach out to a larger number of people.
Log on to: www.echunav.com