You will be able to see if your choice is consistent with the majority of respondents. You will not know who these respondents were.
Since there are no “right” answers, the comparison to others is neither an endorsement or repudiation of your answer. Rather, it simply provides an additional point of information for you to reflect upon. For example: you may find that your preferred response is chosen by a minority of other respondents. If so, you can reflect on why that might be and whether any adjustment is warranted by you. You can also reflect on the potential consequence of this for the effectiveness of your leadership choices, and whether your choice is reflective of a ‘style’ you may have. Conversely you may find that your preferred response is chosen by the majority of respondents. If so, you can reflect on why this might be so, and again, ask yourself if you are content with the justification for your values position, and so on.
These summary stats will be updated periodically based on the number of further responses received. The stats allow you to see how your responses compare to the prevailing pattern of responses made by others, and thereby stimulate further reflection.
Please see the graph below through a Desktop or Tablet view.