5 hours later and there have been well over 5,000 responses already!
I'm about to start putting together a spreadsheet for tracking response rate. I'll make it public so you all can see what's up.
Thank you everyone for all the RTs and reblogs so far!
Currently we're getting about twice as many responses per hour compared to last year, which is, bonkers????
There are now well over 6,000 responses and accelerating... 😵💫
On the way to 9,000 responses now, and here's a public spreadsheet showing participation, which I'll update manually a few times a day: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1zvFmM36rnxnonX_K0ovIJ--8tLsxrCqf6CrxLi7m-7w/edit
I'm including stats on age, location, and referrers on there, so you know where/how the survey link needs sharing more!
I wasn't able to check in earlier today, but I just updated the public spreadsheet: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1zvFmM36rnxnonX_K0ovIJ--8tLsxrCqf6CrxLi7m-7w/edit
Over 16,000 responses so far! At one point last night there were over 20 responses per *minute*. 26 hours and over a third of last year's record.
@gendercensus Finally! I've been excitedly waiting to participate since 2019 but I always seem to miss it every year.
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