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The CLL Tribune Q4 2017 Reader Poll Results
During December 2017-January 2018, the CLL Society conducted a poll among readers of The CLL Tribune. The survey included questions assessing most important criteria when searching for information about CLL on the internet, the most valuable sections of the CLL Society website, and feedback about the site. 270 complete responses were received. Sixty-eight percent of respondents search on the Internet for information on CLL at least weekly.
Respondents were asked to rank the most important criteria when searching for information about CLL on the internet on a scale from 1 to 10 where 1 = least important and 10=most important. Percentages of combined 8, 9 or 10 ratings revealed that the most important criteria were is frequently updated (82%), sufficiently comprehensive and detailed (82%), includes access to CLL Experts (80%), information is reviewed by a physician (80%) and is unbiased and commercial-free (76%). [Figure 1]
Figure 1. Most Important Criteria When Searching for information about CLL on the Internet
Respondents were asked to rate what sections of the CLL Society website are most valuable to them on a scale from 1 to 10 where 1 = least valuable and 10=most valuable. Percentages of combined 8, 9 or 10 ratings revealed that the most valuable were news (70%), conference coverage (68%), beyond the basics (64%), clinical trials (58%), and living well with CLL (56%). [Figure 2]
Figure 2. Most Valuable Sections of CLL Society Website (% of ratings 8, 9 or 10)
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Originally published in The CLL Tribune Q1 2018.