GeoPoll is the world’s largest mobile survey platform, with a network of nearly 200 million users in emerging markets. GeoPoll’s platform conducts surveys through the mobile phone and provides results to clients in real-time, giving anyone the ability to make data-driven decisions.  Through work with Fortune 500 companies, nonprofits, and governments, GeoPoll provides insights on everything from brand preference to food security. GeoPoll services include both custom research and subscription products.

How GeoPoll Works

Create Questions


Create a short mobile survey (SMS, voice, or mobile web).

Select Audience


Select your audience from the GeoPoll global network of users.

Send Survey

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Send to users who complete the survey and receive airtime credit or mobile money.

Analyze Results

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Data is returned within days from survey creation.

Featured Case Studies

Access to Finance for Nigerian Agricultural Businesses

In the first stage of an ongoing partnership with GeoPoll, USAID's Development Credit Authority used mobile surveys to explore the financing gap in the agriculture and farming sector in Nigeria.  Over 750 mobile surveys were sent across 15 targeted states in Nigeria to ask businesses about their access to finance and knowledge about taking out loans. 

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Recent Data

GeoPoll sends surveys every day to users in the developing world, on topics ranging from TV watching and brand preferences to food security. Here's what we've found:

energy resultsCitizen TV dominates TV ratings in Kenya, with daily peaks at 7pm during the evening news show. NTV's popular comedy show The Churchill Show draws in 2 million viewers each episode. 

Those living in the Sierra Leone Ebola epicenters of Kailahun and Kenema have experienced decreased food security and lower casual wages since the start of the Ebola outbreak. 

More respondents in Uganda (47%) said they use mobile money than in Ghana (28%) and Nigeria (19%). Over 80% of respondents in both Ghana and Uganda were aware of mobile money, but only 58% in Nigeria said the same.  

Visit our blog for more detailed reports on our recent surveys, and contact us to start a survey of your own.