Results are in for the Atlanta Geek Dinner Survey


My survey on the Atlanta Geek Dinner is now complete.  Thank you to everyone who voted.  The salient points that I gleaned fromt he data are:

  • Thursdays are still the best days for the dinners
  • North and Perimeter are great areas for dinners, but occasional ones downtown should be well-enough attended to do.
  • Food is more important than beer.

Here are the specific results for those who are interested:

  Percent
1. Would you attend (or have attended) a Geek Dinner in the Alpharetta/Roswell area?
    
Yes
 (90%) 90%
    
No
 (10%) 10%
       Total Responses :   100%
2. Would you attend (or have attended) a Geek Dinner in the Perimeter Mall area?
    
Yes
 (90%) 90%
    
No
 (10%) 10%
       Total Responses :   100%
3. Would you attend (or have attended) a Geek Dinner in the Downtown/Midtown Atlanta area?
    
Yes
 (60%) 60%
    
No
 (40%) 40%
       Total Responses :   100%
4. How important is alcohol selection (beer, wine or spirits)? 1 is Low, 5 is High
    
1
 (40%) 40%
    
2
 (0%) 0%
    
3
 (20%) 20%
    
4
 (30%) 30%
    
5
 (10%) 10%
       Total Responses :   100%
5. How important is food quality? 1 is Low, 5 is High
    
1
 (0%) 0%
    
2
 (0%) 0%
    
3
 (40%) 40%
    
4
 (60%) 60%
    
5
 (0%) 0%
       Total Responses :   100%
6. How important is keeping the price of the dinner down? 1 is Low, 5 is High
    
1
 (0%) 0%
    
2
 (10%) 10%
    
3
 (60%) 60%
    
4
 (20%) 20%
    
5
 (10%) 10%
       Total Responses :   100%
7. What nights of the week would you prefer for Geek Dinners
    
Sunday
 (6%) 6%
    
Monday
 (12%) 12%
    
Tuesday
 (18%) 18%
    
Wednesday
 (12%) 12%
    
Thursday
 (29%) 29%
    
Friday
 (6%) 6%
    
Saturday
 (18%) 18%
       Total Responses :   100%
8. How important is it that Geek Dinner occur on weeks with very little User Group activity? 1 is low, 5 is high
    
1
 (30%) 30%
    
2
 (0%) 0%
    
3
 (30%) 30%
    
4
 (20%) 20%
    
5
 (20%) 20%
       Total Responses :   100%



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