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Comparison list diagram including the question's response percentage
Survey Report Presentation Graphics (PPT Template)
Question's Response Percentage Comparison List Diagram
The slide depicts a comparison list diagram for responses to a poll question. Six options (A-F) are presented, with each option accompanied by a percentage value indicating its share of the total responses. The options are denoted with different colors and polygons: Option A is purple with 25%, explaining the most chosen option. Option B is green with 18%, the second most popular. Option C is light blue with 17%, closely following the second. Option D is blue with 15%, fourth in preference. Option E is orange with 20%, indicating a mid-range popularity. Option F is dark blue with 5%, showing the least chosen option.
- The slide features a light gray background with a slightly darker central banner area to highlight the content.
- Six colored hexagonal shapes serve as bullet points, symbolizing the different answer options.
- Within each hexagon, a white percentage figure is prominently displayed, representing the response rate for each option.
- Text placeholders adjacent to each hexagon allow for the insertion of the corresponding answers.
- A large, grayed stylized text box at the top reads "Poll question was..." to prompt the addition of the specific question.
- Subtle gray chevron shapes provide a backdrop to the hexagons, creating a sense of alignment and movement across the slide.
The slide has a modern and clean design, using color-coded hexagons to represent polling data visually. The layout is symmetrical with a clear hierarchy, making it easy to compare the data points at a glance.
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