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Retaking a survey

Click the Security tab and select an option under When a respondent takes your survey a second time.

This setting controls the behavior of a survey and/or data collection when someone returns to a survey after having submitted a response. For example, you can use this setting to allow respondents to retake a survey and overwrite the first set of results.

The following are the options in this group:

NOTES:  This setting also enables you to prevent ballot-stuffing which is the repeated taking of one survey by one or more individuals whose goal is to skew the results.  
For more information about how Vista knows if a person has already submitted a response, see the settings for Identify repeat respondents by: on the Security tab.