Graphing Interactions of Responses to Legal Problems

One of the interesting things that came out of my research into the results of the Canadian Legal Problems Survey is how people pursue different courses of action to resolve their legal problems and how the different courses of action interact.

Here is a graph of the frequency of course of action and and how actions co-occur. The actions are ordered from left to right in order of how helpful people found the action to be.

Sankey graph of responses to legal problems.

You can see an accessible and animated version of the graph with data available for download here.

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