Why did several respondents from the same IP address fulfilled the survey?
In the 'STATUS' - 'Summary' tab you can see the list of IP addresses of respondents and their frequency. In general, each respondent have its own IP number, but it can also happen that one IP number is indicated on several occasions.
This can happen when:
- respondent repeatedly clicks on the URL of the survey, but is not necessarily that he answers the survey;
- the whole organization has the same IP address (this is typical in the public sector);
- respondents answer the survey from the same computer lab or from the same internet cafe ('cybercafe').
In case you would like to have a detailed analysis of IP numbers, you can place your order via the online form >>.
- What kind of customer support does 1KA offer?
- How do I quote / cite the use of 1KA in my work?
- How is the tool tested?
- How do I change or update my browser?
- Where does free help end?
- How safe is it to store data on 1KA?
- My survey has very few responses (N)
- Is the survey saved if the respondent does not answer a certain question?
- Are mobile surveys supported by 1KA?
- What about underage respondents?
- Why did several respondents from the same IP address fulfilled the survey?
- What is the limitation on the number of questions and respondents?
- How do I clear my browser's cookies?
- Detailed computations of questionnaire usability
- Survey data, paradata, identifiers, and system variables
- Granting access to helpdesk
- Setting up a static first page (introduction)
- Your first survey
- Quality index (reminder tracking)
- Status of units, relevance, validity and missing values
- Using the IP address and cookies to control duplicate entries
- Interruptions (BETA)
- 1KA registration and login
- The response rate
- Criteria for usable respondents