According to WordPress founder Matt Mullenweg, the poll and survey Web service PollDaddy has just hit the 1 billion monthly page views mark.

This makes the PollDaddy network the second Automattic web property - excluding Gravatar - to reach this milestone. Automattic's holdings include content management system and blogging software WordPress.com, spam blocker Akismet and more.

In this graph from Quantcast, we can see monthly impressions sliding from around 500 million in August 2009 to 1 billion now:

PollDaddy's traffic, according to Quantcast, also shows a decent breakdown of regulars frequenting the site:

Our sources tell us a major redesign is underway, one that will make using the service more intuitive for end users and will promote the use of surveys.

Moreover, users of the company's WordPress.org plugin will now be able to add PollDaddy's rating feature. This feature allows users to place ratings on their blog posts, pages and comments, like so:

Mullenweg writes, "Watch for some other major updates coming up soon." As frequent users of PollDaddy on this platform, he can be sure we'll keep an eye out for news about this service.

In honor of this momentous traffic milestone, we present you this commemorative poll, powered by PollDaddy: