Viber, one of the famous messaging apps needs to sort out, and has released a survey bot to ask its millions of users. The bot starts by asking the consumers, for whom their votes for, whether it will be Clinton or Trump. To contextualize the data, the bot also asks the consumer for their gender, age, and if they utilize iOS or Android.
Even, third parties are extremely famous in this election cycle; there is no choice to write in Evan McMullin, Gary Johnson, or Jill Stein. And, whether you are a floating voter, you can enter in reset and re-cast your ballot. It notes that its research doesn’t follow the scientific strategy of old school election polls. But rather, it will be a fascinating window into how the larger universe perceives Donald trump and Hillary Clinton.
Based on Michael Shmilov, Viber COO, the concern hopes that its experiment will reveal new throughout the universe trends and will motivate new involvement of social portals in political dialogue. However, Viber isn’t the only app to request its consumers, who they intend to vote for. But later on that, Tinder have released Swipe the Vote, which lets consumers see if they compensate more with trump or Clinton on policy misconceptions.