CAPITAL METRO OF AUSTIN, TEXAS
The Austin city council contemplated promoting a tax measure for voters to decide on substantial investment in the regional public transit system. However, two previous similar measures had been rejected by voters, leading to uncertainty about the merits of once more presenting such a proposal.
AlphaVu used its unique system to identify influential opinion leaders and everyday voters, helping officials assess sentiment within their districts for the proposed measure. Their tailored analytics and daily reports provided Austin city council members with an accurate understanding of public opinion within their districts, replacing sporadic online encounters. This assurance helped the council proceed with the measure, which was overwhelmingly approved, resulting in increased investment in the transit system.