(PRWEB) October 15, 2004
Online pollster powerfeedback.com asked 11,000 website visitors to choose among Internet billionaire and ÂBenefactorÂ star Mark Cuban, real estate mogul and ÂApprenticeÂ star Donald Trump, ebay CEO Meg Whitman, or the ÂGoogle guysÂ Serjey Brin and Larry Page. Mark Cuban won by a landslide with 59% percent of the vote. The Google guys got 29% while Meg Whitman and Donald Trump tied for last place at 6%.
The http://www.powerfeedback.com website has developed a cult following with offbeat surveys ranging from ÂDo you care about the Olympics?Â to Âwould you ask Dr. Phil, Oprah, or your mother for advice?Â
According to powerfeedback CEO and founder Scott Gingold, ÂThe 11,000 responses we got is a much higher sample than most nationally published presidential surveys, but this was not a scientific sample. ItÂs all in fun, but as we see in politics, surveys are serious business.Â
Cuban became a billionaire when he sold Broadcast.com to Yahoo. Today he owns the Dallas Mavericks, and launched the high-definition TV startup HDNet. Despite his political appeal, Cuban writes on his blog he hates politics and has a Âzero political agenda.Â
Online survey company powerfeedback.comÂ specializes in on-line consumer surveys, customer satisfaction polls, personnel surveys, market trend analysis, and field research using Tablet PCÂs and handheld units such as Palm Pilots and Windows CE devices. If youÂd like more information or to schedule an interview with Scott Gingold, please call 484/239-9525 or, e-mail Scott at firstname.lastname@example.org
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