SWTOR vs SWG Survey Results: Week 1

Remember that survey we told you about recently from Gemtrix? If you took part in the SWTOR vs SWG survey, you can now see the first week’s results. This survey will be ongoing so each week there will be updates to see how the survey continues to unfold.

These results are as of May 24th, 2012 @ 9:18am EST. There are 1,096 responses in record here. Week 1 results are just the beginning. Each week this will continue. So if you didn’t participate in the survey yet, head back over and answer the questions. Your results will be part of week 2.

Gemtrix.com said:

There are a couple things that you should keep in mind:

All questions, and responses are optional. As such, any voter is free to skips questions, vote for multiple line items, etc. This means that anyone is free to say that they prefer SWTOR, and SWG, at the same time for example.

With that in mind, here is how the results are displayed:

Votes Per Line Item – This is simply how many times a participant picked that line item.
Total Votes Per Question – This adds up all the Votes Per Line Item
Percentage of Total – This divides Votes Per Line Item by Total Votes Per Question.

With that said, we can argue all day long about how useful these numbers are, so my advice is to just “take it for what it is.” This are just a bunch of open ended questions that we threw together to give the world a place to talk about two games that many of us love to talk about.

We would obviously like to thank all the people who have participated, and who continue to participate. Over the past 7 days we’ve had tons of feedback from people who came to us via Facebook, Reddit, MMORPG.com, SWGEMU.com, SWTORSTRATEGIES.com, Twitter, PROJECTSWG.com, LinkedIn (Wha??), and a bunch of guild sites (Foo Guild, Phalanx, and Wraith Squadron to name a few).

We are super humbled by this traffic, and hope that people continue to visit our little corner of the internet as we continue to focus on the social aspect of online gaming. Please feel free to comment below, and check back next week, when we will post refreshed results.

 

What do you think? Are the current results and accurate representation of what you think? If not, it’s time to let your voice be heard. Head on over and take the survey for yourself.

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