Results of the CPA Central Viewer Survey

Okay, so this is really late due to the fact that I haven’t been able to get the results for a few weeks. But we’re finally releasing the results of the 2012-2013 CPAC Viewer Survey. I think some very interesting results have been produced here, most of which I weren’t surprised by, and I assure you CPAC will be holding a meeting very soon to work with your critiques and opinions.

A few months ago, Paco, Former CPAC Editor-in-Chief, released an eight-poll post asking the viewers their opinion of many things regarding CPA Central as a whole. Between 80 and 90 votes were cast per poll, and this will help CPAC greatly as it continues to modernize. Without further delay, your results.

First off, the poll that asked you what you would like to see more of.

To this I’d simply like to say that why we try to cover all of the War Posts, it would honestly be easier if you guys would declare war more often. 😛 But we’ll be trying to hold more tournaments, definitely as the summer approaches.

Next up, the poll that clarified the ever-discussed argument regarding the “bias-level” of CPAC.

The results of this were much expected. I’ll be speaking with some of the reporters soon about this. Also honestly, it’s hard to ever get a truly accurate reading on our bias level, because people will vote differently depending on how CPAC has recently affected them. I could post another of these polls now and get extremely different results. However, this has been helpful.

Next, the poll that asked the viewers how often they viewed CPA Central.

I was very pleased with the results of this post. I’m glad to see that many of you view CPAC daily — I was, of course, in the “Multiple Times A Day” section (xD) — but that’s because I work here, I don’t expect you to view CPAC multiple times a day if you don’t work here. I don’t think there’s much else to be said about this.

Now we’ll take a look at Bluesockwa2’s favorability rating.

Not much to say about this. I’m happy you like him. Blue2’s overall favorability rating is 82.35%.

Now we’ll take a look at what you’ve all read this post for, my favorability rating.

Not much to say here either. My overall favorability rating is 79.01%.

Poll number six asked how easy it is to find information on the site.

This was pretty much expected as well, I don’t really think CPAC’s too hard to navigate, however we might be looking at some layout changes due to these results.

Next, the dreaded post review.

Reporters, this is the poll you should be paying attention to. Your reporting isn’t bad, however many of the viewers think that there are badly done posts, often enough that they pick the “It Is Okay” option. You’re not bad, in fact not at all, but make sure that all of your work is professional before putting it out.

And finally, poll number eight was the thing that summed it up. This poll asked how you would grade CPAC’s overall performance.

While I’m pretty happy with the results of this, I think it’s a wake-up call to the administration that while we may be pulling in more views than ever, it doesn’t mean our work is done. We’re not the best CPAC administration ever, not yet. We may be great, but I want to go down as the best.

In any case, thank you for your participation in this survey! I assure you all of your opinions are put to good use!

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CPA Central CEO

10 Responses

  1. wat

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  2. wtf math

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  3. more pie w/ the pie graphs pls

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  4. I like the pie charts… reminds me of pie…. mmmmmm…..
    But, yeah, interesting results!

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  5. the video made me laugh. the math on the other hand. Here what I think.
    Me to the cpac pie charts: being smart in math does not suit you well

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  6. Lol @ the video xD

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  7. Where’s the Skloop Approval Rating chart?

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