Opinions are not concrete
They change and evolve with time
Your attitudes to the issues that matter to your life – from climate change to poker machines, racism to drug law reform and many more – are not concrete. They are subject to debate, persuasion, new evidence, novel arguments and therefore they evolve over time.
It can be frustrating to feel that you don’t have a voice on the big issues and policies that impact you. Governments, corporations, the UN and non-government agencies seem to be far removed from the people who they effect. WikiCurve gives your a voice a place to be heard.
With WikiCurve you can be an active part of the conversation about key issues. By having your say on WikiCurve, your opinions are put in a framework that makes it easy for organisations and policy-makers to take them into account.
You can express your opinion on Twitter or Facebook, but you’re competing with many voices. This makes it hard for decision makers to see the bigger picture and understand what people are really thinking about a particular issue.
WikiCurve actually lets you – and everyone else who participates – make a meaningful difference.
Polls and surveys only let you express an opinion in a very limited way. They are simply a snapshot of one point in time. What makes WikiCurve different is that you can have your say on any of the events and ideas that have shaped an issue.
Rather than focusing on who is right or wrong, WikiCurve lets you see what influences public opinions how that opinion has changed over time and where public sentiment is heading. It provides insights that are actionable by organisations.