Do panellists donkey vote in sensory Choose-All-That-Apply questions?
A so-called donkey voter selects candidates according to position on an election ballot. Are untrained sensory panellists similarly influenced by position when responding to choose-all-that-apply (CATA) questions? In sensory and consumer testing, lists of choices, conventionally presented in fixed order, allow panellists to indicate sensory perceptions without requirements for scaling. Results help in understanding products and drivers of hedonic response.