Posts filed under: Surveys

Premier Survey Raffle Winners

Thanks to all who participated in Premier Debate’s survey! We greatly appreciate your input and will use it to focus our efforts on what you want and need the most. As promised, we have several prizes to give away to […]

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LD Practices Survey 2016

The purpose of this survey is to help evaluate current debate practice norms in LD and to distinguish between varying practices beyond a broad approach like “disclosure good” vs. “disclosure bad.” What do you think is appropriate?

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TOC is Six Prelim Rounds (Survey)

This post discusses some factors to consider when arguing about number of prelims and polls the community on the ideal number.

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LD Metagame JF17 Edition (Bob Overing)

Bob breaks down the Jan-Feb meta based on his analysis of doubles participants at Cal Berkeley and Harvard. He theorizes three different categories of aff and highlights some of the differences between the east and west coast metagames.

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LD Metagame at Emory

Intro If you’re going to Harvard or Berkeley next weekend and expect to clear, you’re probably going to spend a good amount of time figuring out what cases you’re going to hit. The case wiki has made this process a […]

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Student Poll – Best Judges

The Coaches Poll has had many thinking – why should the coaches get to rank the students, but the students don’t get a chance to rank their judges? Well, students do fill out judge prefs at tournaments, but we were thinking […]

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Best Tournaments Survey Results

Glenbrooks is the toughest competition, and Berkeley is the crowd favorite. Click for more.

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Community Poll – Best Tournaments

Which tournaments are the toughest? Which give out the best awards? Which is your favorite tournament? Vote here and comment below on your favorites. We’ll post the results in a few weeks. All debaters and coaches are invited to participate! A few months […]

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LD Practices Survey

The purpose of this survey is to help evaluate current communal norms in LD and to distinguish between varying practices beyond a broad approach like “disclosure good” vs. “disclosure bad.” What do you think is appropriate?

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