I have reason to suspect the poll was not interpreted correctly. Here is what I believe might have happened.
There were plenty of options for changing IndoG2 and Procerath. Let’s just say for this example, there were 5 options. There was also an option for status quo. There is a reason to suspect that status quo might have received a major vote, however the total number of votes for adjustments outnumbers the status quo option, as they are spread out between several various options.
For visual people, this is what I’m referring to.
Status Quo: 48%
Option 1: 10%
Option 2: 15%
Option 3: 15%
Option 4: 7%
Option 5: 5%
As you can see, while the majority of the vote is for stats quo, the totaling of the votes for adjustments are higher than the status quo option.
This is further backed up by the quote from the maxima segment.
“The plethora of options that were given to users means that we did not get a clear cut tendency towards one solution or another.”
This seems highly suspect. Therein lies the issue with the survey, or one of many. If you’re going to present one option to change nothing, have one option to change SOMETHING. Don’t give 10 different options on how to change something. Just do a cut and dry “should we change it?” This prevents confusion in data interpretation. Not to mention, this leaves the freedom for readjusting to the team at Ludia, free from bias of the playerbase.
But, feel free to prove me wrong. Go public with the poll results. This should clear up any confusion.