Response Distribution charts show the proportion of respondents who chose each response option for questions on a scale of 1 to 5, where 1 is the most negative and 5 is the most positive response (known as a likert question). A variety of different response distributions can result in the same average rating, so this breakdown can help provide additional context.
For example, two very different response distributions could both have an average rating of '3'.
In sample question 1 below, the majority of respondents (70%) feel neutral about the question, with a handful of respondents having a more negative or more positive experience.
In sample question 2 below, there is a much greater variation in student experience.
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