If you're one of the many undecided voters looking for the best bang for your voting buck, you may want to try to identify candidates that agree with your point of view. The online poll site, iSideWith(.com) is helping voters compare and contrast all of the candidates. As of today (February 4th, 2016), over 28 million people have visited the site to make sure they're in agreement with the various candidates on the many issues facing our country today.

The website asks for your opinion on the issues, and returns a recommendation on which candidate will represent you best on some or all of the following issues:

  • Public welfare and social issues
  • Gun control
  • Planned Parenthood and abortion
  • Equal pay for women and minorities
  • National health insurance
  • LGBT issues and marriage equality
  • Immigration policies
  • Prisons - private or public?
  • Environmental regulations
  • National Parks
  • Genetically engineered foods
  • Legalization of Marijuana
  • Military spending
  • Funding NASA
  • Term limits
  • Campaign finance
  • NSA surveillance of citizens
  • Religious freedom act

Take a quiz to find your ideal candidate

The site is a popular hangout for political #News, quizzes, and polls. There's even a section for popular tweets from the candidates and fans of those running for office. iSideWith has been featured in Forbes, the New York Times, Mashable, and on National Public Radio. They also report statistics on political data. The site was started by two friends, Taylor Peck and Nick Boutelier and they're not affiliated with investors, shareholders, other political parties, or special interest groups.

Election Day is coming up quickly, November 8th, 2016, and with the help of a simple quiz, your vote can be counted for the president that you feel most agrees with your opinions.

Your poll results are immediate

All answers are matched to the candidate who weighs in closest to your answer on a variable scale. The more questions you answer, the more accurate your results will be. All qualified candidates are included in the quiz and the results. It's basically an online decision matrix designed to match your personal preferences. #Election 2016 #Government