By default, the free version of the WordPress Rating-Widget does not officially “support” SSL/https setups. In reality, there are no problems using it on SSL setups except when it comes to the reporting graph which is loaded via a http connection set in the configuration, thus causing CORS to kick and prohibit non-safe external requests: When looking at the failing request using the developer toolbar you can see the CORS warning: So, at this point feel free to either buy the pro version or change one line in the configuration to enable SSL/HTTPS support for the free version too (which I find should be supported in the free version too).
Enabling SSL support for reporting graph
Having a quick look at how the widget assembles to reporting graph URL for the iframe reveals that only one constant needs to be changed: WP_RW__ADDRESS. In lib/config.common.php change the following line
define( 'WP_RW__ADDRESS', 'http://' . WP_RW__DOMAIN );
define( 'WP_RW__ADDRESS', WP_RW__PROTOCOL . '://' . WP_RW__DOMAIN );
to automatically set the correct protocol based on your current setup. Voila, the graph works with https too: