How to make an introduction: Poll results

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The Brief
At RelSci, we’re always interested in learning how our readers establish and nurture relationships within their networks. We are, after all, in the business of connecting people. To get a better idea about how often you ask for and make introductions, and the channels you use to get there, we set up one of our world-famous (to us) polls. And we got some interesting, if non-scientific, results. 

The majority of respondents asked for fewer than five introductions each month. But many of those among you hesitant to ask for introductions still made plenty of them. (By the way, here’s why you shouldn’t be so shy when it comes to asking for these kinds of favors.) See below for the full results and be sure to check back soon for our next networking poll! 

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1. How many introductions do you ask for each month?

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2. How many introductions do you make each month?

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3. How do you prefer to make an introduction?

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