Presentation on theme: "Poll Questions By: Juan F. Polanco. 1. Who were the allies powers of World War 1? 1. United States, Russia, UK, Australia, etc. 2. Germany, Austria-Hungary,"— Presentation transcript:
1. Who were the allies powers of World War 1? 1. United States, Russia, UK, Australia, etc. 2. Germany, Austria-Hungary, the Ottoman Empire, Bulgaria 3. Germany, United States, Russia, Japan 4. Japan, Italy, Germany, Austria
2. What started World War 1? 1. Adolf Hitler rise to the power in Germany 2. The assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria 3. The bombing of Pearl Harbor by Japan 4. The Civil War
3. When did World War 1 start? 1. 28 July 1914 2. 11 November 1918 3. 28 June 1919 4. 1 September 1939
4. When did World War 1 end? 1. 28 June 1919 2. 11 November 1918 3. 1 September 1939 4. 28 July 1914
5. How many years did World War 1 last? 1. 1 year 2. 6 years 3. 4 years 4. 10 years
Analyzing Data The question was “Who were the allies powers of World War1?” There were 4 multiple answers of which only 1 was right, the answer was “United States, Russia, UK, Australia, etc.” By looking at the results I can see that from a total of 58 votes, 42 were the right answer. The other 16 are divided into the other questions.
Analyzing Data The data tells us that people have a good knowledge of World War 1. But what surprises me is those who voted on the other answers such as “Germany, Austria- Hungary, the Ottoman Empire, Bulgaria” which got 6 votes, and that is actually the axis and its ok to make a mistake on the other questions but it means some people just don’t know who was even involved in World War 1. It was a easy question with an obvious answer.
Analyzing Data What didn’t surprise me was that a higher percentage of the votes were on the right answer: “United States, Russia, UK, Australia, etc.” Because World War 1 was such a major event in human history that most people should have a basic knowledge of what happened and who was involved. I think this results are reliable because its actual people voting, this means it shows the variety of people and what they know and don’t know.
Conclusion By examining the data given I can conclude that most people have a good knowledge of who were the allies and axis. I can also say other people just don’t know it at all, but it’s a very small amount considering its only 58 votes and there is 7 billion people in the world. I can’t make an approximate either because once again it’s a very small amount of people and small amount of data given to come up with a conclusion.