When you are in a meeting, you have a number of people taking your survey at the same time. You do this so that each person has a voice and you can leverage different views and perspectives - this makes your decision stronger. 

There is one more step, however, after your participants vote. You have to build consensus, or agreement, between your meeting participants. They need to agree to a "final" answer and the discussion they have to agree that answer typically adds tremendous value for those involved. First, decide whether or not you need to discuss a particular questions. 

If there is significant disagreement between your meeting participants, you should discuss the answer in a little more detail. This is where your colleagues learn about the business and about each other.  These conversations are usually rather short yet tremendously value-added.

Once you have come to agreement, simply record the vote of the group at the top of the page.