You can use Reporting Groups to summarize the results of your election according to various demographics in your voter population. For example, if you are a national-level union, you could set up reporting groups to get results by State and Local.

Important Things to Know

Important things to know about reporting groups include:

  • you can add a maximum of three reporting groups to your election

  • each reporting group requires at least one subgroup

  • you must add at least three voters to each subgroup, unless you have chosen Poll or Show of Hands as your Voter Anonymity setting

Setting Up Reporting Groups

To set up reporting groups:

  • go to the Voters page

  • go to Voter Options

  • select Reporting Groups; the Group Title text box will appear:

  • enter the title of your reporting group in the text box; the page will refresh when you're finished

  • add additional groups by selecting Add Reporting Group

Adding Subgroups to the Voter List

Each reporting group you added will show up in a column on your voter list:

For each reporting group column, you're required to:

  • provide a subgroup for each voter

  • have at least three voters per subgroup in order to validate your voter list

Downloading Results with Reporting Groups

To download Grouped Results after your election closes:

  • go to the Results page

  • select the Results tab:

  • select Grouped Results; a CSV with your grouped results will download

Grouped Results with Weighted Voting

If you're using weighted voting in your election, use the Export Grouped Results dropdown menu to select a Grouped Results report, with or without weighting:

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