With the crazy stock market and the U.S. downgrade by Standard & Poor's, some economists are predicting we're on the verge of another recession. What do your readers think? Ask them in an online poll.
It's the season for back-to-school shopping and savings. Will your readers take part, or continue to try and save money?
Credit bureau TransUnion reports that people are paying off their credit card debt. Find out of readers in your area are paying off their credit cards in an online poll.
The Harry Potter phenomenon has reached a fever pitch with the release of the final movie in the saga. Ask your readers in an online poll if they managed to avoid getting swept up in Potter-mania or if they fully embraced it.
The Treasury is printing less cash these days. Does this mean cash will be replaced by plastic? Ask your readers in an online poll.
With home ownership not quite the sure thing it was a few years ago, do your readers think it's still part of the American Dream? Nationally, a New York Times/CBS poll found that people still place value on owning their own home. How do your readers compare?
The most recent Bureau of Labor Statistics survey shows that Americans are working more on weekends and that women are working more hours in general than during the previous survey. Men, on the other hand, are working less. Ask your readers in an online poll whether they are working more or less now than they previously did.
Citigroup revealed this week that hackers got information about 360,000 U.S. credit cards. Are your readers concerned about someone getting their info? Ask in an online poll.
A man in the Chicago suburbs found $17,000 in a plastic bag near an ATM machine, and he turned it in. Ask readers in an online poll what they would do with a large sum of money if they found it?
This summer vacation poll has a little twist: the answers are rhymes. Check it out.
Since the World Health Organization's revelation that radiation from cell phone use could possibly cause cancer, have your readers changed how they use their cell phones? Find out in an online poll.
With the deadly tornados that have plagued parts of the United States this spring, do your readers think the government should require storm shelters in some areas? Ask them in an online poll.
Panera Bread has three Panera Cares locations in the country where you can pay whatever you can afford for its food, which is the same as any other Panera. How much would your readers pay? Find out in an online poll.
An Illinois lawmaker has proposed eliminating the $2,000 tax deduction for parents of obese children. What do your readers think of that idea? Ask them in an online poll.
President Barack Obama decided not to release the photos of Osama bin Laden after he had been shot because he didn't want to inflame anti-American sentiment. Ask your readers if they think the photos should have been released.
President Barack Obama released his long-form birth certificate April 27 saying he wants to end the "sideshow" about where he was born so the nation can return to the important issues. Find out if your readers think this settles the issue.
A report released this week by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention finds that the number of people dropping their landline phones in favor of cellphones is picking up. Ask your readers if they're willing to give up their landline in this poll idea.
Between snoozing air traffic controllers and problems with 737s, there's a lot to think about before you board your next flight.
Scientists at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, Calif., told Space.com that more than about 2 billion Earthlike planets exist in our galaxy. Find out in on online poll if your readers think there's intelligent life out there somewhere.
First lady Michelle Obama planted a garden this week at the White House, and she will publish a book about the White House garden. Ask your readers if they will plant a garden this year in an online poll.
Digital First Social Media Editor Buffy Andrews will be presenting a webinar on digital promotion for journalists next Thursday, May 23 from 3 - 4 pm Eastern. Register now.