Petition Step 5: Analyze

See the Results

Towards the top of the page, your newly-published Petition will have spawned a new menu item, See the Results.


This menu gives you all the helpful metrics to evaluate your petition's reach.

Date Filter

The date range you set at the top of the page, affects every report on the page.

Total Signatures

See a count of signatures for this petition. Click the key to filter the signature count by existing vs. new supporters

Total Comments

See a count of the total number of comments for this petition. Click the key to filter the comment count by existing vs. new supporters.

Subscription Opt-Ins

Supporters have the option to opt in to subscriptions via the petition form, if you've allowed those options.  You can see a count of the total number of supporters who opted into particular subscription preferences via this petition. Filter by existing and new supporters.

Total Page Views

See the total number of times this form was viewed during the date filters you set above. Filter results by:

  • Page Views:  The total number of times the form was viewed. This count includes duplicated visits to the form (i.e. if Sue viewed the form 3 times, three Page Views would be recorded).
  • Unique Page Views:  The number of unique viewers of the form. This count does not include duplicated visits (i.e. if Sue viewed the form 3 times, only one Unique Page View would be recorded since it's just one person).

Top 10 Referring External URLs

This report answers the question, "How did Subscribers find this form?" The URLs listed here represent the website the Subscriber was on immediately before they came to the Petition. Subscribers clicked a link somewhere on that page to navigate to the Petition.

Are most people finding your petition through Google, through your home page, or through a take action page on your website? Here's how you find out.

Timeline

See much of the data above consolidated on one data visualization. Do spikes in page views correspond with subscription opt-ins (if not, how can you encourage more subscriptions)? Are there many more signatures than comments (if so - how can you encourage more comments)?

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