Frequently Asked Questions

How does Demogok calculate my results?

Most results, with the exception of global results, are calculated on a percentage scale. Each question corresponds to one or two personality traits. The answers to those questions are scaled 'least' to 'most' likely to correspond to it's personality trait. The personality traits are averages of the values of the answers given.

Let me break it down in an over simplified example. Let's say there is a personality trait called 'Loves pie.' The related questions will provide answers for those people who really like pie, those who don't like pie, and those who have no opinion, or some varying scale. Each answer returns a result of either 'This person likes pie', 'this person doesn't like pie', and 'this person doesn't care either way.'

As you user answers a variety of pie loving questions, your profile averages the result. So if you answered 'I love pie' in one question and 'I hate pie' in another question, your results would say that you are about a 50% pie lover. Get it?

Personality Trait

Corresponding Questions




Pie Lover Do you love pie fillings? Holy crap yes (High)  
Meh (Medium)
No way (Low)
Do you love pie crust? Holy crap yes (High)  
Meh (Medium)
No way (Valued Low)
Do you hate pie? Holy crap yes (Low)
Meh (Medium)
No way (High)  

Average of all chosen answers= Result

How do I read my results?

Your results are broken down into the following hierarchy:

Personal Profile: Anything under the 'Personal Profile' is a result of your personal responses. No one else effects these results, unlike 'Global Results'

Master Topics: These topics; Seven Deadly Sins, Big 5, Mind, Body and Soul, are the categories that the personality traits are divided into. The Seven Deadly Sins relate to the famous Christian vices. The Big 5 are the 5 personality traits that many psychologists use to categorize people. The Mind topics generally are personality traits that are based of your thought or thinking. The Body topics relate to the physical self. The Soul topics are more of a soft science 'ethical' topics or similar.

Topic: Each topic represents a personality trait. Several questions relate to these personality traits. As not to prime the answers, we mask the topic in which the question is aiming to answer. Priming a question means that we give you conscious or subconscious hints to which way you should respond. So priming would skew the results and we want to avoid it.

Value: The value bar is set on a scale of 0-100. 0% meaning you posses very little of that trait. 100% mean you posses a lot of that trait.

Accuracy: The accuracy bar is set on a scale of 0-100. 0% meaning the shows result is not very accurate until you answer more questions. 100% means you have answered all available questions for this topic.

Global Results: These are your answered pooled with the answers of other users. Think of global results as a public poll.

? (Question Mark): If you see an orange question mark next to a result, master topic or topic, you may click on it for more information about that subject.

example of result
In the example above, this user might not like cake. Since the accuracy is low, we can't know until they answer more questions. However, they really love pie.