Candidate Supremacy


Political Candidate Profile is said to have a major influence in elections whether it is PM Candidate, Independent Candidate, Presidential Candidates or any governmental candidate. Voters with a greater level of political awareness are more likely to consider a wide variety of candidate characteristics in general.

  • The first impressions of a Political Candidate are crucially dependent on the information available online.
  • Information available digitally can shape voter’s thinking and encourage them to act on their beliefs.
  • There is ample evidence that candidates with higher levels of political reputation are more likely to be elected.

Candidate and their Perception

Besides a candidate’s socio-demographic profile, information available online has the potential to shape and reshape their political beliefs.

A positive reputation can help a candidate emerge victorious.

Candidate Features

Voters are likely to choose a candidate who is representative of the masses, has a clean image and voices voter concerns. We focus on features that will help in shaping the perception.

Shapes Perception

Information available digitally can shape voter’s thinking and encourage them to act on their beliefs. This provides a candidate with an edge over their opponent in a better way.

Candidate and their Perception

Candidate and Manifesto

CryptoMize gives you the solution of finding the right candidate with maximum winability chances. Candidate is the face of the party in a particular constituency.Winning the constituency depends upon choosing the right candidate for the party. Considering the image of the candidate,narratives of the candidate,perception about the candidate, and the popularity in the constituency amongst his competitors,

Candidate and Manifesto

Identify possibilities and influence perspective with right information.

Perception of a Political Candidate should be clearly defined and objective combining sufficient detail with a relevant history and sufficient context. With our services, we can establish candidate supremacy:

Identify Possibilities

Our process starts with identifying possibilities. We use the knowledge gathered along with our experience to create customized packages.

Neglected Scope

To produce a perfect campaign strategy, analyzing all the assumptions is necessary. We ensure to use all the available sources to provide information.

Influence Analysis

Better the influence, the more positive the election result will be. With the services, we can analyse the extent of your campaign and influence.

Voters Perspective

Voters make their choice based on the candidate's perception. Our services serve the Voter's perspective to a comprehensive extent and manages it.

Enhancing Visibility Candidate supremacy

CryptoMize works for Enhancing your online presence and visibility. You can communicate with more people. A digital presence gives your brand an ideal platform to communicate with voters. It gives you the opportunity to set the narrative on who you are as a brand and set yourself apart from competitors. More than just your profile, your digital presence expands to all the touch points a voter may have with your brand online. While this does indeed include your profile, it can also include areas outside of your control, such as the conversations about your party on social media and online reviews. In order to put your best foot forward in front of voters, consider bolstering all aspects of your profile online.

Enhancing Visibility Candidate supremacy

Reputation Management

CryptoMize deals with Reputation management and the practice of influencing stakeholder perceptions and public conversations about an organization and its brands. It includes monitoring perceptions and conversations, responding to reputation threats and proactively seizing opportunities to boost reputation.

Political Vote Bank AnalysisCryptoMize’s services are not restricted to creating and implementing political survey plans or rally management strategies but we also offer reliable political vote bank analysis services for our clients.

Reputation Management

Methods of Candidate Profiling

Defining a threat is only half the battle. You need to know where they come from, and what they want. The combination of analytics and open source intelligence, identification of any potential is possible.

Open Source Intelligence

Using information and intelligence gathered from open source tools and threads, professionals can piece together a complete picture for our candidate. Open source intelligence (OSINT) collects and analyzes data from numerous open source tools to create knowledge that can be published, shared, deployed, and transformed into action. OSINT connects people around the world by reusing, extending, and advancing existing knowledge without charge or obligation.


Keyword Analysis is used to provide our team an insight into what the voters are looking for and which keyword on search engines, such as Google, is leading them to negative and positive information. Keyword Analysis allows our research team to capture information from public sources, including niche forums, social media pages and news agencies, in order to gain an initial understanding of the search dynamics occurring within a particular market.

Digital Engagement

Digital intelligence will inform our team analytics related to their social engagements, so that we can monitor how connected our candidates are with voters. Voter engagement data is an under-the-radar kind of data that the campaigns don't get a great deal of attention for, but it can tell a lot about the state of a campaign and how well it's communicating with potential voters.

Voters Opinion

Voting involves giving your opinions on candidates, which creates the impression that you are a participating participant in the democratic process. Voters' opinions can be influenced by public dissatisfaction with candidates and the political process in general. We highlight key characteristics that help decide which candidate will win an audience's support.

Image Management

CryptoMize works to evaluate the Image Management and enhancing image and how others perceive us and therefore respond to us. CryptoMize works for creating first impressions and more importantly an impactful presence. CryptoMize works to build a strong and unequaled image of our clients,and also ensures success .

Image Management

Why Candidate Analysis?

Our focus is purely based upon all the information related to candidate’s information provided or available online. Candidate Analysis involves the collection and analysis of online media content in order to monitor the political campaigns and influence the campaigns.

  • Influence Campaign

    The purpose of this program is to influence the candidate or campaign directly, by gathering critical information for use in campaign planning.

  • Online Information

    The focus of this program is the collected and aggregated news media articles, blog posts, and other information deemed relevant to the overall campaign.

  • Social Listening

    The goal of this program is to provide the campaign team with a greater understanding of what the public thinks about a candidate social listening.


Behavioral Targeting

Understanding voter behavior is the Key aspect of CryptoMize .Clearly, polling is failing to grasp the way in which people are really intending to vote or the silent vote of people who are not willing to declare for an unpopular choice. There is also a problem with the interpretation of polls by biased media outlets that portray potential outcomes as very clear-cut when they are within the margin of error

Behavioral Targeting

Leading The Way with Political Profiling

Profiling is an approach to gather all the information on our candidate to ensure your victory. The strategy of political profiling in political campaigning is designed to win a clear election victory and to ensure that all the candidates whether they are Independent Candidate, PM Candidate, Presidential Candidates, Individual Candidate, are re-elected. The reason why profiling our candidate is important is because it gives you a strategic advantage in the elections.

The need to win leads political campaigners to analyse their perception. Considering the changing political scenario, the candidates must move fast; hence we should be faster than them. Political profiling is one of the efforts that you can make to stay ahead of your competition.

Identify Elements

Candidate profiling is essentially a list of qualities, characteristics, and achievements that can benefit a candidate or their campaign.

Examine Elements

Examine the internal and external elements that might fit the position in order to make an informed choice on which is right for the campaign.

Increases Efficiency

You can increase your operational efficiencies and reduce risk level by profiling your competitors, thus improving efficiency.

Why do we need Political Profiling?

Creating a Political Profile of a candidate allows us to understand, monitor and track potential threats beforehand.

Our vision by creating a political profiling beforehand is to understand the behaviour of potential threats before they create havoc. Underpinning such circumstances can prevent any threat to your campaign. Political Profiling is the reason we can:
  • Alert our proprietary tools to monitor and track hashtags, news and any other digital activity that can pose a threat.
  • Use data from candidate’s political characteristics from digital sources to target a certain demographic to increase conversion rates.
  • To predict future behaviour and can see the potential for using insights such as keyword analytics to influence voter’s a fact-checked information.
Why do we need Political Profiling
Elements of Profiling

4 P’s of Political Profiling

Political Profiling is a comprehensive analysis of 4 broad terms related to our candidates. These focal points help us to further strategize the campaign:

Personal Information

People's views about candidates have an impact on the qualities of candidates. The more favourable the candidate's image portrays, the more probable it is that they will be elected.

Political Orientation

Political Orientation is the personal qualities of a candidate that voters look for in making their choice. It highly influences voters as they tend to vote for candidates with the same views.

Political Experience

It refers to the implicit or explicit perception belief one has experienced during their political career eg. any protests during their tenure or any negative incidence

Performance Data

Our way to approach this is to distil down criteria for a candidate into a set of core factors. These will be the factors and performance which drive overall assessment of the campaign.

Candidate Research

Connecting Voters with Information

The voters are likely to choose a candidate ‘they know’. Therefore, before voting a voter tries to understand a candidate, vision and initiatives. Candidate research provides the voter with such information and helps them make an informed decision.

Current Perception

Our research would focus on the prevailing view of the candidate name or perception among the voters.

Background and Vision

A comprehensive research would comprise of checking for a candidate's background, vision and agenda to make him/her candidate a likely choice.

Why Candidate Research is important?

A comprehensive candidate research would include background information, agenda and initiatives. This can improve once candidature for the elections and ensure a victory for the decision.

A well researched profile would assist the voter to make the right decision. Not only this, comprehensive information about a candidate will help the voter’s know the candidate and attract swing voters.

This could also help the candidate form a permanent support base with voters aligning themselves with the candidate that they feel shares the same mission.


What Our Vision Would Be?

The study of political sophistication among the electorate is often based on perceptions of understanding policy motives and ramifications. Such measures are often taken together with measures of political orientation and behavioural aspects.

  • Understanding Attitudes: Resolving this conflict leads to a better understanding of how values, beliefs and attitudes affect decision making.
  • Identify Qualities: We find evidence that the perceived quality of candidates' policies strongly predicts support for them.
  • Group Segmentation: We also find groups that rely on more informative information when making a political decision and target them.

Keeping these aspects in our mind we create and implement strategy solely for your campaign. Our goal is to create the perception of the candidate in reality.


Methods of Candidate Research


Competitive Intelligence Research

  • Competitive intelligence is a discrete but powerful set of statistical analysis, data collection, and reporting that's used by companies to monitor and evaluate their competitors.
  • Competitive intelligence research can help you understand what makes voters change their perspective.It can also help you identify emerging trends and threats so that you can prepare properly.
  • With the right information, you can identify opportunities to improve efficiency and optimize any developmental plans.
	Comparative Research

Comparative Research

  • Comparative research is analytical-based research where we look into strengths and weaknesses within the chosen factors.
  • We focus on factors that will positively affect your campaign, including voters, your previous performance, support among the other factors.
  • We determine which trend or factor suggests the most promising outcomes and
    find ways to optimize those plans.
Social Mentions Research s

Social Mentions Research

  • As the campaigns heat up and candidates begin to arrive, the media and social landscape is becoming saturated with messages from each candidate.
  • One way to combat this is by examining social media dealing with social media content as well as campaign finances.
  • Political orientations found on social media will be key in shaping voter's perceptions of candidates.

Local Issues Research

  • Issues can shape entire movements and campaigns. Issues are a touchstone in all communities. To provide comprehensive research, researching local issues is important.
  • Local issues make up a significant proportion of the population and can be influential in shaping choices made at a local level.
  • Public opinion can rapidly turn against an issue or group of issues. We widely recognize one of the top issues that will significantly suggest most promising results.

What is Candidate Analysis?

Political Candidate Analysis finds out what makes you stand out from other people. We do this by analyzing data, looking at your behavior and using behavioral science to measure what makes you stand out. The result is a clear picture of how you would act as an effective leader and citizen. The analysis also reveals which issues your favor and how you compare to other candidates on those issues.



Frequently Asked Questions

Rational, moderate, independent thinker unafraid to go against partisan ideology. Compromiser able and willing to work across the aisle with members of “The Other” party. At least some relevant experience and a decent track record, preferably in both the private and public sectors. Mistakes are fine, as long as the candidate learned from them and moved forward in a positive direction. Recognition that environmental problems are serious and affect everyone’s health and well being. Respect for freedom of the individual, which sometimes entails putting restraints on big business, big government, and/or big labor. Honest and strong personal ethics. Compassion and tolerance.
Learn about their voting record. Go back to when they were a dog catcher, since that is really who they were in the past. Follow their votes all the way up to today. Learn how to quantify actions so that assessments of change may be addressed in terms of numbers rather than emotions or sensations. Pay attention to their opponents. Every allegation should be followed up with some kind of discovery. Inquire about the occupation of their spouse and siblings' occupations, as well as when this kind of job began for everyone and if there are any ties to political actions in the family. Determine how many of their relatives work for the government or for campaign donors, and then follow up with them about it. Never pay attention to a candidate's speech. Take a step back and pay attention. I have the ability to teach a monkey body language that is appealing to the majority of observers. Uncertainty and deception may be detected in a person's voice at times. Do any three of the five things listed above to learn enough about any candidate to make most people uncomfortable voting for a disproportionate number of them unless they are party lemmings who are willing to go hook, line, and sinker for their party.
Competitive Intelligence Research- It is a small but powerful collection of statistical analysis, data collection, and reporting tools that corporations use to monitor and evaluate their competition.
Comparative Research- Comparative research is analytical-based study in which we may identify strengths and weaknesses within the variables that have been selected.
Social Mentions Research- Because of the heightened intensity of the campaigns and the influx of candidates, the media and social media are becoming increasingly saturated with messages from each candidate.
Local Issues Research- Issues may have a profound impact on whole movements and campaigns. Issues are a common denominator in all social groups. It is critical to do thorough study on local problems in order to offer complete results.
An applicant for a job is ultimately what a candidate is. The phrase is most frequently used to refer to those who are running for political office. The Latin phrase candidate toga, which literally translates as "white robe of candidates standing for a post," is the source of the English word candidate. It was subsequently used as a word for anyone running for political office in general. During the application process, the candidate is subjected to public scrutiny and is assessed on their political, economic, and social beliefs and policies, as well as their personal past and history. The attention of political parties and the media is focused on a small number of candidates during election campaigns, known as the "top candidates."
Candidates for office generally fall into one of the following categories, based on their background, their positioning, and the nature of the race in which they compete.
Incumbent- A candidate who is currently serving in the position for which he or she is running for reelection.
Status quo- A candidate for the incumbent party who makes a plea to the voters to vote for him or her in order to maintain the status quo.
Change agent- In direct contrast to the status quo appeal, the change agent candidate develops a programme that emphasises the shortcomings and failings of the ruling party. The message and argument of the change agent show the need for genuine change in representation, leadership, and governance, as well as a reorganisation of people, policy prescriptions, values, and a clear vision for the future.
Candidate research serves varied goals depending on whether you’re working on a campaign or just attempting to become a better educated voter. Some of the advantages of candidate research include:

Assist you select who to support: Whether you’re a voter, volunteer, or political worker, candidate research is vitally essential to help you make an educated decision about which candidate to support. Political science and popular wisdom believes that many people vote based on personality or tribalism, but the more that voters can study candidates’ backgrounds and investigate their political beliefs the better educated those voters will be when they go into the voting booth on election day.

Prepare you for debates: For campaign personnel, candidate research is tremendously crucial to assist prepare a candidate for speeches or debates. The more that campaign managers can find about their candidates, the more they can prepare anything that could happen on the campaign path.

Craft a genuine message: Knowing all of the details of a candidate’s biography may enlighten and give credibility to their message. David Axelrod explains: “The parts of a powerful message are: bio, record, and some projective language about where you want to go. People want authenticity, and you want to operate within the perimeter of who someone is.” The more their campaign crew understands about their personal and professional successes, the more appealing this story will be.

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