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Pol.is Report for 25th PO collaboration meeting

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Raw data: https://github.com/audreyt/polis-tally ( po25-12-01 )

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Pol.is Report for 25th PO collaboration meeting

  1. 1. Report pol.is/7yhactmdme Overview Pol.is is a real-time survey system that helps identify the different ways a large group of people think about a divisive or complicated topic. Here’s a basic breakdown of some terms you’ll need to know in order to understand this report. Participants: These are the people who participated in the conversation by voting and commenting. Based on how they voted, each participant is sorted into an opinion group. Comments: Participants may submit comments for other participants to vote on. Comment are assigned a number in the order they’re submitted. Opinion groups: Groups are made of participants who voted similarly to each other, and differently from the other groups. This pol.is conversation was run by . The topic was ' '. 1,667 people voted 71,483 votes were cast 432 people submitted comments 557 comments were submitted How divisive was the conversation? Comments (here as little circles) to the left were voted on the same way—either everyone agreed or everyone disagreed. Comments to the right were divisive—participants were split between agreement and disagreement. How to use this: Hover to see the comment text. Start on the far right to find out what the most divisive statement was. #27. Consensus comments Divisive comments Majority p. auto-refresh color blind mode
  2. 2. Here's what most people agreed with. 60% or more of all participants voted one way or the other, regardless of whether large amounts of certain minority opinion groups voted the other way. % Agreed % Disagreed % Passed % Didn't vote 5 6 8 9 10 14 260 305 324 325 Opinion Groups Across 1667 total participants, opinion groups emerged. There are two factors that define an opinion group. First, each opinion group is made up of a number of participants who tended to vote similarly on multiple comments. Second, each group of participants who voted similarly will have also voted distinctly differently from other groups. Group A: 106 participants Comments which make this group unique, by their votes: 288 7 113 19 5 Group B: 1059 participants Comments which make this group unique, by their votes: 409 386 3 COMMENT A 106 B 1059 C 238 D 264Group: COMMENT A 106 B 1059 C 238 D 264Group: COMMENT A 106 B 1059 C 238 D 264Group:
  3. 3. 393 337 10 Group C: 238 participants Comments which make this group unique, by their votes: 7 11 13 12 8 Group D: 264 participants Comments which make this group unique, by their votes: 13 12 11 20 21 Areas of uncertainty Across all 1667 participants, there was uncertainty about the following comments. Greater than 30% of participants who saw these comments 'passed'. Areas of uncertainty can provide avenues to educate and open dialogue with your community. 498 392 3 COMMENT A 106 B 1059 C 238 D 264Group: COMMENT A 106 B 1059 C 238 D 264Group: COMMENT A 106 B 1059 C 238 D 264Group: Graph Which comments were voted on similarly? How do participants relate to each other?
  4. 4. All comments In this graph, comments are positioned more closely to comments which were voted on similarly. Participants, in turn, are positioned more closely to comments on which they agreed, and further from statements on which they disagreed. This means participants who voted similarly are closer together. Click a comment, identified by its number, to explore regions of the graph. Density Axes Radial axes Comments Participants (bucketized) Group outline Group labels A B + C - D + - - + + - + + - + - + - + + - - - - - + + + + + + - + - - + + - - + 325 017 014 292 504 373 000 033 157 288 382 149 252 011 295 335 003 027 291 169 088 283 272 264 002 008 315 006 318 007 041 305 012 296 428 010 321 282 393 375 330 164 020 339 324 018 390 397 262 381 427 260 009 250 113 211 304 015 004 348 337 280 016 314 501 387 274 391 394 235 370 322 316 293 303 409 389 021 499 386 302 281 005 333 001 203 290 334 076 372050 500 376 224 013 396 019 398 037 498 340 392 A B C D
  5. 5. Group votes across all comments, excluding those comments which were moderated out. 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 27 33 37 ˇ 41 50 76 88 113 149 ...... 157 164 COMMENT A 106 B 1059 C 238 D 264Group:
  6. 6. 169 203 211 224 , 235 … … 250 20 252 260 262 264 272 274 280 281 282 283 288 290 291 292 ( ) ( ) 293 295 296 302 303 304 305 314
  7. 7. 315 316 318 321 322 324 325 330 333 334 335 337 339 340 348 20 370 372 373 375 376 381 382 386 387 389 390 391 392 3 393 3
  8. 8. 394 396 397 398 409 427 428 498 499 500 501 504 p.

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