“The CQ WW Contest Committee conducted a survey of contesters from September 2 to 29, 2015. Invitations were sent to everyone who had submitted a log in the 2014 CQ WW SSB and CW events. Public invitation to take the survey was also made on the cq-contest email reflector.
We received 5,117 responses from contest operators around the world (after removing a few duplicate responses). This blog post will be the first of several to present the survey results. Thanks to Doug KR2Q for doing the data analysis and producing the charts below.”..
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