Allow for a dual and multi-level an bar graph poll with a multiple choice response options
I would like to create a poll with dual options as and multiple choice response. For example, How would you rate police (Excellent/Pretty Good; only fair/poor in your community based on the following responding to complaints, preventing crime, solving crime etc.)?
John Cooper commented
*correction, the THREE questions - but were essential one question.
John Cooper commented
We've come across this ands showing 3 bar charts wasn't really an option.
the 1 questions was
What do you value FIRST
What do you value SECOND
What do you value THIRD
Client wanted intialy to show the results as a leaderboard, then was persuaded to give us time to input the results into a PPT graph. ended up just showing the individual questions results as a leaderboard.
ideally a combined stack or multilevel graph would have been ideal.
Sounds neat! So, really this would be a way to combine multiple poll charts (that share the same option choices/scale) into one visual "final" chart, as you would still need to display the charts/instructions for each poll question individually for participants to vote. Correct?
The advantage is it would save time when administered live if the administrator didn't have to switch from one poll to another, and so the respondents could compare the two questions so they can distinguish them in their minds as separate questions.
Instructions would look like any other survey online, where there's an overall question at the top ("How would you rate police for...?"), each column would be a different rating (Excellent, Good, etc., with headers along the top of a table), and each row would be a different question (preventing crime, solving crime, etc., listed along the left edge of the table). Respondents would be allowed to select one choice in each row.
Displaying the results for the participant could be show the table again (as described above) with each cell either beign a pie chart (so no responses is an empty pie chart, most popular response is a full pie chart, half as many responses as the most popular would be half a pie chart) or shaded (no responses is white, most popular response is black, half as many responses as the most popular would be a middle gray). Display of the chart for the admin should include options of the same display as for the participants, and separate normal charts for each row (question) and column (Excellent, etc.).