FAQ: Is it possible to do anonymous voting where nothing is results are not linked to individuals by name?

FAQ: Is it possible to do anonymous voting where nothing is results are not linked to individuals by name

 

Answer:

Yes! You can pass the keypads out to an audience and not assign keypads by name. This allows each respondent to answer anonymously. The only way the votes is tracked by individual with a named roster linked to the individual device. One of the great things about using the system anonymously is that individuals can respond without fear of reprisal. Research shows that you get very high data validity when you are asking survey questions in an anonymous fashion.

One way to assure people their responses will not be tracked is to have them trade their keypad with other members of the audience to assure them that it is unknown which keypad they have.

 

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