We want to provide respondents with accessible Webropol surveys. It is important to be able to respond to inquiries regardless of disability.
We will publish a Webropol survey accessibility statement on this page by September 23, 2019.
Webropol surveys and WCAG 2.1
Webropol surveys comply with the WCAG 2.1 guidelines, level A and AA. This means we also meet the criteria for the EU accessibility directive, meaning the law on how digital services are delivered. We have worked for a long time to improve accessibility on surveys. The accessibility of Webropol surveys (with default survey settings and colors) has now also been evaluated by an external expert. Our goal is to address any deficiencies found during the September update of Webropol.
If you need information about the accessibility of Webropol surveys in your own accessibility statement, you can include a link to this page. This way, your accessibility statement is always up to date concerning the accessibility of Webropol surveys.
We are also constantly improving the accessibility of the Webropol application. If you have any feedback on Webropol surveys, application or Webropol website, you can provide feedback by: