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So, at best, only 1 in 4 people said "Put them in the Chivalry" ?

JP


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On Mon, Dec 8, 2014 at 11:36 AM, Mark Schuldenfrei <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> On 12/8/2014 12:14 PM, Jean Paul de Sens wrote:
>
>> Tibor, can you post a link to the census summary document again? I'd
>> like to refresh my memory on the numbers you mention.
>>
>
> http://sca.org/scacensus2010/
>
> In particular, the very hard-to-read raw data is worth looking
> at: http://sca.org/scacensus2010/PeerageOptions.xls
>
> The summary of results and slide-show provided to the Board
> are somewhat misleading, so I'm providing raw data here.
>
> Key figures:
> 17,821 surveys completed.
>
> 16,446 people answered the screening question:
>   "45 - Should SCA participants be able to receive a peerage
>   for excellence in non-armored combat or other martial
>   activities."
>
> Anyone who didn't answer the screening question "yes" were not
> asked any further questions.
>
> 11,701 said "Yes" to 45
>  2,626 said "No" to 45
>  2,119 said "No opinion" to 45
>
> 11,024 (of the 11,701 yes) answered specifically about rapier:
>   "46a - How should the following additional martial activities
>   be recognized? - Rapier"
>
>     142 "Don't recognize"
>   4,544 within existing Peerages (4,107 Chiv, 413 Laurel, 24 Pelican)
>   3,865 within own new Peerage
>   2,195 within shared new Peerage (shared with other non-rattan)
>     278 other answer (not tabulated)
>
> So, of the 17,821 people who took the survey:
>   25.5% said "Use existing Peerages"
>   21.7% said "New sole Peerage"
>   12.3% said "New shared Peerage"
>   40.5% said nothing or preferred another option (7,217)
>     (15.5% actually said "No" to any Peerage at all 2,768)
>
>
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