“The Airbnb of Politics”
Johnny Vulkan
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About ten years ago, I toyed with trying to popularise the idea of a poll (or ‘weberendum’) that allowed genuine public opinion to be monitored and reacted to day-in day-out, at the touch of a button.

The system of paper votes in front of an official could theoretically easily be replaced in the days of Touch ID smartphones, and votes could be meaningful daily, rather than once in a blue moon.

It would have interesting effects on the dynamics and outcomes of modern politics, and change the relationship most of us have with elections and policians, forever…

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