Wishbone, a mobile app based on user-driven voting, allows people to vote between two competing brands, bands, and other split decisions. They recently put up a gaming-related poll between Microsoft’s Xbox One and Sony’s PlayStation 4.
On October 20th, over 34,000 votes show Wishbone users favor the Xbox One to the PlayStation 4 three to one. 76% of the 34,476 votes went to the Xbox One (Rounded Approx. votes: 26,202), and 24% of the total votes went to the PlayStation (Rounded Approx. votes: 8,274)
Another Wishbone vote between the previous generation’s top two of the PlayStation 3 and the Xbox 360 found similar results; however, the PlayStation 3 pulled in 32% of the total vote (around 10,107 votes) to the Xbox 360’s 68% (around 21,477 votes) at the time of this post at 31,584 votes. You can retain the Xbox 360’s lead or help boost the PlayStation 3’s numbers here.
After a few tests, repeated voting (refreshing the voting page, opening another link within seconds) doesn’t appear to increase the number of votes you give. No artificial voting here it seems.