Reponses to select questions from a survey are presented as an interactive visual.
For e.g., Consider Question 4 from the survey: This survey explores ways people get information on retirement and Social Security.
Question text: Have you ever sought information about retirement planning from any of the following sources? Please select all that apply.
Answer types: Check boxes
- Family, friends and/or colleagues
- Television, radio, newspaper and other media
- Social Security Administration website
- Social Security Administration office
- Social Security Administration mailed information
- Social Security Administration phone line
- Websites of other government agencies (e.g. Department of Labor, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau or the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation)
- Offices of other government agencies’ (e.g. Department of Labor, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau or the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation)
- Financial advisors/planner, accountant, insurance agent, banks and/or broker
- Websites of nonprofit organizations e.g. AARP
- Offices of nonprofit organizations e.g. AARP
- Community organizations such as churches, libraries and community centers
- None of the above
The responses to the above question are represented as a row chart (hightlighted in red).
- You can apply filters (highlighted in blue) to the above dataset by the various attributes of the panel members that answered this question
- For e.g. you can see how "Never Married" panel members sought information about retirement planning in comparison to "Divorced" members. Applying filters changes the data displayed above.
- You can turn on/off more than one attributes within each filter by clicking on them. For e.g., [Widowed + Separated ], or [ Married (spouse lives with me) + Married (spouse lives elsewhere) ]
- You can combine various filters (Marital Status and Education) to answer questions such as
- How "Married" members with a "High-school" degree or above plan for retirement
- How "Never Married" members with an annual income greater than $100,000 find out about retirement planning
- You can reset each filter by clicking on the reset link
- You can also reset all the filters by clicking on the "Reset All" button
Since there is a lot of information presented on each dashboard, we suggested you view this on a computer with high screen resolution.