Monarch Beach, CA (PRWEB) May 6, 2006
Make it two in a row! The public opinion oriented social networking site WorldSentiment.com correctly predicted the outcome of the weekly American Idol vote off for the second week in a row.
Within one hour of the American Idol contestants’ performances on Tuesday May 2nd, thousands of WorldSentiment.com users had answered the question “Who will be voted off American Idol on May 3rd?” resulting in a prediction that Paris Bennett would be voted off and that Elliot Yamin would have the next lowest votes
"Immediately after the performances, users begin streaming to the site to vote and it quickly becomes clear what the results will be long before Fox TV aired the results on Wednesday," said WorldSentiment.com co-creator Fred Thiel.
WorldSentiment.com currently predicts that Elliot Yamin will be voted off on May 10th and that Chris Daughtry will win the overall competition. Chris currently has a considerable lead in the poll over Katherine McPhee and Taylor Hicks who currently are tied in a race for runner up.
Visitors to WorldSentiment.com can vote on the May 9th American Idol contestant performance poll "Who will be voted off American Idol on May 9th?" starting now at http://www.worldsentiment.com/american_idol . Visitors can also vote on the final winner poll through the day of the final performances.
WorldSentiment.com plans to announce predictions each week through the end of the season. To see the current predictions at any time please visit http://www.worldsentiment.com/american_idol.
WorldSentiment.com, the creation of Helium Web Works co-founders Fred Thiel and Price Givens, takes a different approach to social networking by creating an online community where people of all ages and interests can interact with other like-minded members by simply voting on polls created by members -- or creating polls of their own for others to answer.
WorldSentiment.com visitors can browse the site and vote on other members' polls or sign-up for a free account and create their own polls. Members that create their own polls can also easily invite friends, family or even business colleagues and constituents to visit their personal poll page on
WorldSentiment.com to vote on polls they create. This feature is used by thousands of individuals, companies and public servants to gauge public opinion on important issues or just for entertainment.