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I don't found an option to vote for surveys that are open to vote? Does it need any reputation points?

If you select Features | Surveys from the menu and select the top survey which is the only one open at the time, then you're right; You can't vote there (strangely enough - in my opinion you ought to submit it as an issue under Site Bugs/Suggestions)

The voting form is actually at the very bottom of the front page (

I don't think it takes any special reputation to vote...
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No, Surveys don't need any reputation level to participate.
You can vote for the open surveys.

For voting in Weekly surveys, go to Homepage of CodeProject[^] and look at the center bottom of the page. You can go ahead and vote there.

For voting in Monthly competitions, the link to vote to those surveys are again put up on the homepage where you can access and vote.
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embix 25-Sep-12 7:07am    
Actually there aren't any surveys on the homepage. After some searching, I found a link to old surveys under the "features" menu. Direct Link is:
Sandeep Mewara 25-Sep-12 10:10am    
Whole UI of CodeProject is changed now. You see an answer 2+ years old and then comment & downvote! ;doh:
embix 25-Sep-12 13:55pm    
After searching for the surveys for quite a couple of minutes I found your post which looked at this very moment like utter mockery. The downvote was a knee-jerk reaktion - unfortunately I couldn't correct it immediately (is there a timeout?) after I finally found the section well hidden under the menu.

Now I had the opportunity to vote again - I supppose it will be counted as correction.

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