The wording of the introductory GDPR question cannot be changed. In case you want a different GDPR introductory question, you can create it yourself.
To do this, first hide the introduction and conclusion (click on the 'eye' icon), then select the question type 'Categories - Single answer' from the question set and set it as a mandatory question.
Here you can then enter any text you wish and set the possible answers as agreeing and disagreeing with the collection of personal data:
A respondent who agrees to the collection of personal data can start the survey, but a respondent who does not agree to the collection of personal data must not be allowed to continue with the survey.
This is done by using a condition (IF) that you first place before the first question or introduction of your survey. The use of conditions is only available for users of the 2KA and 3KA packages for individuals, and for users of the business packages for groups. You must set the condition accordingly so that respondents who agree to the collection of personal data can start completing the survey. Place all the survey questions inside this condition.
Then, make a second condition at the end of the survey (below the first condition) for respondents who do not agree to the collection of personal data. Insert a new question of the 'Label' question type, explaining why the survey is closed for them. For example, a text such as: 'You have not accepted the conditions required to participate in the survey, therefore you are not eligible to complete the survey. Thank you for your time!". Remember to set the condition accordingly: