Note that responses to different questions are mixed together, and that sometimes the response seems to have nothing to do with ranking. These reports simply correlate the data and do not attempt to explain the correlations. In theory, answers with average satisfaction higher than the overall average are more likely to represent easy, cheap, effective, and/or generally good policies and practices.
The second column lists the number of people who selected that option. Ratings for options with smaller populations are less likely to be representative of how the option relates to the entire higher education community.
This is a dump of a MySQL database containing the raw survey responses. If you use this data to produce additional reports that would be of interest to the community, I ask that you post them on the RESNET-L and SECURITY lists.