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I was wondering if there exists any pre-built webpage systems/web apps for keeping track of votes on items, where users can submit new items to the list in addition to voting on them. What I want is basically a list of items, three vote options for each item, and the ability for the users to submit new items that will be approved by me and then added. I would also like to have captchas to prevent spam. An example would look something like this:

Item Name || Yes | No | Maybe|
Item 1    ||  87 | 3  |   9  |
Item 2    ||   3 | 2  |   4  |
Item 3    ||  59 | 43 | 200  |

Add new item.
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|________________|   [Add]

The items will be permanent and seldomly removed. I think voting systems for webpages were more popular 10 years ago, so all I've found so far is from around that time. I will obviously not be using any if them since they are quite nasty. If nothing such exist then I will probably have to write it myself, but why reinvent the wheel and all that.

  • The only thing I can think of that might have something is WordPress with some type of plugin or creating it in SharePoint. – Grady D Apr 14 '14 at 21:27
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    Can't any of those survey/poll websites do what you want? There's a lot of them. – Jan Doggen Aug 13 '14 at 12:40
  • @Jan Doggen Could you recommend one such a poll website? It is not clear for me what to search. I am working on a voting system too. – János Dec 14 '14 at 13:38
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You can create such voting system with Google Drive in about 10 seconds. Click Create > Form. Then as Question Type select either Multiple choice or Checkboxes - whichever you prefer, and then click Add "Other" near the last option.

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