What is Ballot Box Stuffing?
Ballot Box Stuffing occurs when an individual (respondent) submits a survey multiple times. This may occur intentionally or unintentionally as the result of multiple clicks of the submit button, or actually taking the entire survey again.
To control these practices, several safeguards have been implemented.
Note that ABBS cannot distinguish between the survey owner's PC and the PC of an actual respondent. This means that if the ABBS option is in effect, you will only be allowed to complete or test the survey once. Therefore, do not activate ABBS until after the questionnaire is finalized and all testing has been done. Note that when ABBS is turned off, cookie checking is disabled and multiple responses are again permitted, even if a cookie has been placed on an individual's machine.
How to enable ABBS (Anti Ballot Box Stuffing)?