Dear Randy , its hard to get feedback from people of the group on this, they overwelm eachother with mails and its hard to communicate with so many :) I was wondering if what i say about the question 13 results is a correct statement .(Below) In this link you can find todays updated results for our survey in graph of 105 respondents.
Subject: RE: Dear Randy , is this specific statement about statistics a "correct" reasoning ? + Update 105 respondents survey
To: Monika Stoces firstname.lastname@example.org
was wondering if what i say about the question 13 results is a correct statement
A closer analysis of the answers on organized stalking the answers hardly can be coincidental.
More specifically, when respondents experienced organized stalking in relation to experiencing electronic harassment could unambiguously exclude that the complaints are unrelated..
In case the pattern 60.76% (before) in relation to 10.13% (after) would repeat in other independent samples, and unique characteristic in the totality of all complaints could show the problem is a global one, with an unidentified common cause.
(both phenomenon are related as continuation of the "program")
Refers to question 13 (with 105 respondents).
13. IN CASE YOU DO experience organized stalking did it start for you :
Before becoming aware of the electronic sensations. 60.76%
At the same moment as the electronic sensations: 21.52%
After the electronic sensations: 10.13%
I never experienced any electronic sensations that I know: 7.59%
Total Responded to this question: 79.8%
Total who skipped this question: 20.2%