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

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.

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

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