How do I set up disqualify logic in this situation?

I have 4 questions and want to keep only people with the desired responses to 2 or more of those questions.

Thanks,

Colin

Kelly, I appreciate the answer. But I’m not sure how that logic would help. Suppose for simplicity that the desired choice for each of questions Q1 through Q4 is A, and I want at least two desired responses. So the series of answers AAAA would of course work, as would AABC, DAAA, etc., any combo that had more than one A in it.

That means the positive logic for *disqualifying* would be any series of 4 that had zero or one A answers in the series of 4. If our four *keeper *conditions are Q1=A, Q2=A, Q3=A, Q4=A, then how does that series of 4 OR statements capture both disqualify conditions of zero As or one A?

Thanks,

Colin

This is a really complicated way of setting up the logic but I believe it’ll work and can’t think of anything simpler. Of course, I’d be sure and test it after you set it up 🙂

Let’s assume the answer choices to this question are A, B, C, and D. You’ll have to set up the disqualify logic to activate based on four different variables:

If Q1 is exactly equal to A;

or

….is exactly equal to B;

or

…is exactly equal to C;

or

…is exactly equal to D.

In theory, this SHOULD still allow respondents to pick A and B, or any other combination and be allowed to continue on with the survey. Let me know if that doesn’t work.

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