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Unique Website MOTpoll.com Holds the Government Accountable Through the Voice of the Masses

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Unique Website MOTpoll.com Holds the Government Accountable Through the Voice of the Masses

MOTpoll.com is an online forum that allows users to weigh in and help to statistically determine the Margin of Theft-- or how much damage-- the government and infiltrators' policies and practices are causing to the country.

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NEW YORK, Aug. 13, 2018 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- The Mot Poll is a new and inventive website that lets people weigh in and vote on contemporary issues and see their vote counted instantly as well as see what others think. Ballots on a range of topics contain information/facts that readers vote as truth or not truth, and then do the same for the analysis/conclusion reached. Drawing in part on the democratic and free model established by author John Macidull's book Election 2016 and the Margin of Theft, MOTpoll.com is an online forum that allows users to weigh in and help to statistically determine the Margin of Theft— or how much damage— the government and infiltrators' policies and practices are causing to the country, according to the site.

As cultural critic Jake Dilloway writes, "[this site] allows users to proffer their opinions and, through an easily navigable online form, have their voices heard in a meaningful, statistical conglomeration… thereby bestowing agency onto the public through a deeper understanding of the consequences of domestic and foreign policy."

While identifying the most important issues facing citizens today, MOTpoll.com presents a venue wherein one can simply go to the site, answer pertinent questions and, instantaneously, see how their beliefs match or differ with the consensus of their fellow users. Having the ability to put your finger on the pulse of the American consciousness with just one click of the button could not be more important than in today's political climate.

Watch the video at: https://youtu.be/u3pp-iWR_ow

For more information, visit http://www.motpoll.com.

SOURCE MOTpoll.com

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