As the pcr of our rating agreement, CRISIL would be rating with outlook through its publications and (lther media. The evaluation scales ordered are one of the most frequently used question formats in large-scale surveys. Analysts of the answers to these questions often find themselves in the need to describe the degree of convergence (concentration, consensus) of the answers to these questions. To this end, they often use typical differences in response distribution or ratios based on them (e.g. B the consensus coefficients defined by Granberg and Holmberg in 1988) or the coefficient of variability, etc. This paper shows that such measures are inadequate for this purpose, because they do not present what they are supposed to measure: the „tip“ of a distribution. A measure of Agreement A is proposed as an alternative. This ratio is a weighted average of the degree of compliance that exists in the simple elements – the layers – in which any frequency distribution can be broken and for which an agreement can be expressed in a simple and unambiguous manner. Eijk, C. van der (1990). Ideology, party systems and votes in Europe.
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