(PRWEB) November 14, 2003
CHICAGO Â Results of a worldwide online poll, conducted exclusively by Chicago-based The Opinion Exchange, show that few websurfers believe that Al-Qaeda terrorist leader, Usama bin Laden, will ever be caught - dead or alive - by the United States or the coalition forces.
The capture of Usama Bin Laden is one of the more popular polls viewed, voted on and discussed freely by the registered members of The Opinion Exchange at http://www.opinion-exchange.com. Since the poll was submitted for discussion on October 1, only 35 percent of registered members have agreed that the international terrorist will be caught dead or alive, while in contrast, over 60 percent of members are confident Iraqi former president Saddam Hussein will be caught.
ÂThe voting patterns of our members have really emphasized the incredibly polarized, heavily partisan state of society these days,Â said Richard C. Buchanan, founder of The Opinion Exchange. ÂOur membersÂ feelings for or against President Bush closely mirrors political party lines, however there is definite anguish across political boundaries at the perceived failure of the war on terror, and the constant loss of life in Iraq.Â
Since the October 1 launch of The Opinion Exchange, the most popular and relevant opinions contributed and discussed by the members of the site have closely tracked the headline news topics. These opinions include the discussion of a second term for President George W Bush, the possible entry into the 2004 Democratic primary by Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-N.Y.) and the guilt of Scott Peterson in the accused murder of his wife, Laci and unborn son, Connor.
The Opinion Exchange is a free content web site for the opinionated online community. The opinions held on the site are contributed, viewed and voted on by the online community. These opinions cover many topics from the war on terror and the 2004 United States presidential elections to sports and entertainment.
Using the siteÂs exclusive Opinionist Data Service, The Opinion Exchange can then sort and review any opinions contributed, voted on and discussed on the site by leading demographic filters such as political affiliation, education, ethnicity, geographic and age. The service provides a valuable real-time measure of the relevant concerns and issues facing the growing online community.
About The Opinion Exchange
The Opinion Exchange is an online community where people can freely express their opinions on the leading issues and concerns facing society. With the siteÂs exclusive Opinion Explorer functionality, any interested parties can track the opinions of specific demographic groups dynamically and in real-time. For more information on The Opinion Exchange, please visit their website at http://www.opinion-exchange.com or call (773) 868-1686.
Joseph C Brooks
The Opinion Exchange, LLC.