I love data analytics and has a lot of fun doing this survey, I found some neat findings for sure! First the basic results: A huge majority of users were are over 50, and more than 80% of users are over 30. I guess as a 23 year old I'm in a major minority here. Also almost everyone is a tourist which was surprising to me Considering the amount this place raves about downtown and off strip properties, I expected there to be a much higher count for off strip/downtown visitors, but a majority of users here still prefer the strip. Maybe parking fees aren't killing the resorts after all? 3, 4, and 5 night trips are by far the majority for users here, and 1-2 night trips are a huge minority. I was also shocked by the amount of 8+ day trips. A vast majority of you gamble under $1000/day, sure makes my $100-$200 a day look pathetic! Lastly, I was also surprised to see how many of VMBers are getting comped! Moving with my data I wanted to see how different groups vacation. First, what is everyones favorite resort? This was harder to filter because so many different names for each resort came in, for example cosmo came in as Cosmo, Cosmopolitan, The Cosmo, and The Cosmopolitan. After a ton of cleaning up I found these results: Aria and Cosmo hold the popularity by far here. So now I wanted to look at favorite resorts by age to see if it has any effect The younger crowd lacked data but I was very shocked to learn that those 50+ don't like the Wynn nearly as much as those in their 30/40's, and Aria is much more popular for those in their 30's/40's over those 50+. Also Downtown resorts did much better for the 50+ group. What about bank roll, what effect does that do to your favorite resorts? High rollers and low rollers both like cosmo, but high rollers overwhelmingly stay on the strip. Lastly, I wanted to see the favorite resorts of those staying downtown and off strip MSS and Plaza are the most popular for downtown visitors Orelans is overwhelmingly the most popular off strip destination. I wanted to do the same thing with ameneties but due to the way google forms exports data its going to take a lot more work. I had a ton of fun making this, if anyone wants a different set of data analyzed let me know. I'd be glad to run some charts.