07-29-2021 04:53 AM
First of all, thank you!
I haven't created any healthcare report. If you are asking about the "Compatible partner: personality survey report", I used a drill-down donut chart.
It shows what traits a person looks in their compatible partner. You can select a particular country and analyze the result. Such as the first preference for most men and women of Australia is the looks of the person whereas in Hong kong the first preference most males have is intelligence and similar interest and most women prefer looks.
Hope this clears your question.
Thanks for your answer. It helps.
Still, when selecting Hong Kong, I see that only 17% of women prefer looks, not most of women?
That's a small difference with other preferences (Personality 16.6%,...)
Also what are the Rank buttons "First", "Second",... doing?
I agree with your point that only 17% prefers looks. What I meant was the majority prefers looks.
And the rank here shows the preference 1, 2, 3,... If you do not select the rank it will show the overall preference.
If you take a survey of women in Hong Kong that what 3 traits they look for in their compatible partner, the majority will say:
2. Similar Interest
3. Sense of humour
This is what is shown by the rank.
Thanks, now it's crystal clear 🙂
IMHO, a majority is 50%+. The biggest group is called "the most".
I selected Rank > First (the most important partner trait) and all countries: Personality prevails in both sex,
but men gives Looks twice the importance than women 🙂
Interesting that in modern countries, Personality is the most important partner trait.
Maybe you should break Personality in more traits, agreed it's difficult to define it.
I would like to click on Personality (1st choice) in the pie charts and drill down to a pie of 2nd choice.
Then I selected Rank > Sixth (the less important partner trait): Wealthy is the less important trait for both sex,
in nearly all countries. Interesting 🙂
Does the survey was anonymous?
Wich age were the participants?
How many persons respond?
yes, the majority is 50%+ with respect to the other proportion, not the whole lot.
I will surely try to break the personality into more traits.
yes, the survey was anonymous and approximately 1400 people responded(30% men and 50% women)
Thanks for your feedback.