You can now post links to individual survey results. For example, here’s a link to the ages of reader of Blogads blog.
Archive for the ‘Results’ Category
New data posted for bloggers to see. Log in and click “account” or go to www.blogreaderproject.com/data/yourblogname. Anybody know what percent of US population uses Mac versus PC? Seems Mac users are over-represented in blogosphere. (And, true to the Mac/PC ads’ stereotypes, more so among Dems than Republicans.)
OK, data posted for cars, cable vs. DSL; as with yesterday’s gusher, only bloggers can access these chunks of data for now.
The data is still jelling, but we’ve decided to release some preview slices for things like flossing, commutes and pet preferences. Here’s an aggregate view of those answers. You can see this data for individual blogs by clicking on the icons on the front page.
Blogs who have more than 20 responses to their own surveys can log in, click “account” and see data for age, sex, income, location, education level, party affiliations, party preferences, ethnicity, religion and, to wash all that dry data down, beer preferences. (Right now, this core data is locked private until the survey is completed so results don’t skew ongoing surveys.)