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I either way a site or a software package i can use on my own site (more preferred).

What i like to do is have a user register with his email and offer the below. It will be used as a sort of survey except its more like the 'like' button on youtube or facebook as most of these can be left empty.

  • Name (required)
  • Email (required)
  • Option to show his name or to be anonymous
  • A dropdown or checkbox to select/deselect
  • Comment area
  • Option to show this comment publicly

and a way to remove his opinion/data/email from the system

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My title is bad, it throws you off. I meant i want to have a survey and read peoples opinions BUT ALSO present their answers to others. These answers are good for my title so i'll leave everything as is. Keep it coming. –  acidzombie24 Feb 25 '11 at 22:59

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Google Moderator might suits you:

Let your audience decide
Get to know your audience by letting them decide which questions, suggestions or ideas interest them most.

Everyone's voice is heard
The voting box at the top of page focuses attention on submissions recently added and on the rise, making it simple and easy to participate.

Be creative
Include people in your preparation for lectures, interviews and hard decisions or work together to organize feature requests and brainstorm new ideas.

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Interesting but i cant use it. The major problem is it requires EVERYONE to have a google account which they may not have or want to go through the trouble of making (it requires you to input your home or cell number). The other problem is i am not asking the questions which is not want i wanted –  acidzombie24 Feb 25 '11 at 0:14

There's always good ol' GetSatisfaction, but in general I think you can modify existing Q&A software quite easily to acheive what you are looking for.

If you want to run your own portal on your own server though, try (Python): http://www.osqa.net/

There's a PHP one too: question2answer.org

Also look into this one for a C# version similar to StackOverflow and StackExchange: http://code.google.com/p/stacked/

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There are lot of comment widgets available which you can add directly to your blog/website/post.

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