Hebrew Wikipedia satisfaction survey/results
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This is only a part of the survey
1. How did you first learned about the Hebrew Wikipedia?
- 51.3% - through a search engine query
- 19.0% - from family or friends
- 3.6% - from a news item
- 0.7% - through another Wikimedia project
- 21.0% - cannot recall
- 4.5% - other
- In many cases answerers added the options: at school; through a Wikipedia in another language, but these are ignored in the statistics for the time being.
2. How long have you been acquainted with the Hebrew Wikipedia?
- 52.7% - 1-3 years
- 34.3% - more than 3 years
- 10.3% - 3 months - 1 year
- 1.0% - 1-3 months
- 1.1% - no more than a week
- 0.7% - 1 week - 1 month
3. By your estimation, to which extent do the people you know heard about the Hebrew Wikipedia?
- 80.0% - most of them
- 16.0% - some of them
- 2.0% - few of them
- 2.0% - don't know
4. Did you ever use a foreing language Wikipedia (i.e. other than Hebrew)?
- 75.3% - yes
- 24.7% - no
5. Do you use foreign language wikipedias more than you use the Hebrew one? (The results refer only to those who answered "yes" in the previous question).
- 75.0% - I use the Hebrew Wikipedia more
- 15.0% - I use them all in the same manner
- 10.0% - I use foreing language Wikipedias more
6. Do you know the meaning of the red and blue colors of the links?
- 69.0% - yes
- 31.0% - no
7. To your best knowledge, can readers change articles in the Hebrew Wikipedia?
- 89.0% - yes
- 11.0% - no
8. To your best knowledge, can readers write new articles in the Hebrew Wikipedia?
- 88.0% - yes
- 12.0% - no