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@Geoffrey Hatchard
It is a lot of information, but I think the graph would have been improved if it showed percentages of each priority bucket rather than absolute counts. We already know that few people thought the options on the right were high/moderate priority from the graph above.

Also I would like to see the inverse of that graph - a graph for each candidate that shows what percentage of the people who found them persuasive put each priority at high/moderate.

by MLD on Feb 14, 2013 12:45 pm • linkreport

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