Consider the Following:
1: The Multiple Choice Widget visualizes the range of responses to multiple-choice questions individually.
You'll notice that the visual itself is a designed to show, for a given response, the percent of responses that fall into response type, from the largest percentage (top) to the lowest (bottom).
2: If you click on the "Drill In" function, you will be able to view a list of responses for each of the selections:
Tip: This is particularly useful if you have asked respondents to select interest or supports. The list view allows you to group people by their responses.
Steps for Configuration:
1: Drag the widget called "Multiple Choice" from the list of available widgets to a "Section" and click "edit" to begin configuring.
2: Add your Title and help text.
3: From the "Available Questions" drag the multiple choice questions you would like to include to "Selected Questions to Display".
Selecting multiple questions will lead to a different bar chart appearing for each of the selected questions, all under the same larger title that you give the widget.
4: OPTIONAL: By default the respondent name appears under the “Drill-in” function of the multiple choice widget, If your data is about a referent and you would like for responses to be listed with the referent name check the box next to “Show Referent Name When Listing Groups of Answers”.
5: If needed, set any desired restrictions. Click "Done"
Available Questions: If the question that you would like to visualize in this way does not appear under “Available Questions”:
Check that you have selected the appropriate data source that contains that question
Ask your CSM to check that the question has been processed as a multiple choice question (this involves back-end data source configuration)