Introducing The iVoter Score

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The Democratic Party and the Republican Party tell their members what to think.  At Independent Voters of America, we’re all individuals, and we think for ourselves. We exist all across the political spectrum. Regarding the problems America faces today, we all have individual opinions and to reflect that reality we created a questionnaire to help each us find his or her unique iVoter score.
Your iVoter score identifies you as a member of the IVA community and is private, unless you want to share it with others.  Comparing your unique iVoter score with the scores of other IVA members can lead to some interesting discussions about the issues facing America and how to solve them.  Additionally, iVoter scores help Independent Voters of America as an organization determine which issues are most important to our community, and where the community stands on those issues.
It’s easy to get your own individual iVoter score, so take a moment and check it out.

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8 Responses

    • IVA IVA May 23, 2012 at 2:10 pm

      We utilize Facebook Connect for login to the iVoter Score. Are you seeing the prompt to login with Facebook?

    • IVA IVA June 7, 2012 at 3:11 pm

      Thanks for taking the time to get your iVoter Score. It’s too early for us to determine what precisely each person’s iVoter Score means as the iVoter Project is still underway, and we have purposely avoided trying to plot scores on a stereotypical left vs. right spectrum, so this project allows us to potentially create a new political spectrum that takes into account the diversity of independents, something the left vs. right definitely does not. It’s our plan to continue collecting data and once we hit 1000 iVoter Scores to report back to the independent voter community how the scores plot out and compare and contrast with each other relative to how people have answered the specific issues questions. The iVoter Project is the first and most comprehensive study of independent voters for independent voters ever, and it’s our goal to help the community paint a clearer picture for the media, political parties and each other about how exactly our community is configured. We’re closing in on 1000 iVoter Scores, so we’re hoping to have our first report ready in the coming weeks.

  1. Ben July 10, 2012 at 10:14 am

    Good idea for building some real metrics. The question on health care is really misworded I think. I don’t think people should be forced to buy private insurance, I believe in a single payer system. I had to choose the mandate, however, because I certainly don’t believe we should just sit back and watch trillions of dollars go down the drain every year.


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