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  • Opinary could change the way we're heard
  • Opinary could change the way we're heard
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Opinary could change the way we're heard

Opinary is a platform that allows public opinion to be gauged. Publishers embed the app on their sites, and users can plot on a spectrum where they stand in relation to various issues – covering everything from how good yesterday’s episode of Strictly was, to where people stand on capital punishment.

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