World Line Dance Newsletter's Weekly Survey

Click on the "Vote in the Weekly Survey" tab below to vote.

If you have any questions regarding Carol Craven's Survey, please contact Carol at tkandr@aol.com.

 

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WEEKLY DANCE SURVEY ENDING FEBRUARY 23, 2020

winner

GOOD AS YOU BY MICHELE BURTON & MICHAEL BARR WITH 34 VOTES

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE WINNERS AND THANKS EVERYONE FOR TAKING THE TIME TO VOTE!

IMPORTANT NOTES:
1) The Greatest Love Of All Has A “The” In The Beginning.

2) Please list choreographer(s) for “What A Man Gotta Do” because there are several dances with the same name.

3) Please list choreographer(s) for “Nobody” because there are several dances with the same name.

3) The correct title for Dance Monkey by Roy & Fiona is “DANCE MONKEY DANCE”. The one by Alison Johnstone is just “DANCE MONKEY”.


***THERE WILL BE NO BREAKDOWN OF THE SURVEY WITH VIDEOS THIS MONTH AND POSSIBLY NEXT MONTH AS WELL.
provided Stacy J Garcia***


Click here to view the February 23rd 2020 SURVEY


Click here to view the February 16th 2020 SURVEY


Click here to view the February 9th 2020 SURVEY


Click here to view the February 2nd 2020 SURVEY

 

 

Vote in the Weekly Survey

List up to 8 of your current favorites and e-mail them to Carol Craven at tkandr@aol.com by 6pm on Sunday.

Please use this format:
Dance name/Chor/Level (Ex. Beg-int) if two levels mentioned.

Please do NOT vote for your own dances and please do NOT ask people to vote for your dances. It's important the dances receive recognition on their own merit.

JAN 01, 2017
NOTE FROM CAROL CRAVEN ABOUT THE SURVEY RESULTS:

I have decided that when a dance has been in the top 10 on the survey longer than the past 12 months that I will give it honorable mention rather than let it stay in the top 10. The reason I am doing this is because I get complaints all the time about dances staying in the top 10 too long that people say they aren’t doing any longer and that I don’t see being done or mentioned. Sometimes it takes awhile for the dances to be taught so I want to give them recognition but at the same time, I would like the survey to reflect what is being done NOW or RECENTLY by the majority of classes and at events and seminars since the whole purpose of the survey is so you can dance a lot of dances when you go to seminars/events/classes. I will try to take the time to put dates next to the ones when they first appeared on the survey in the past year or earlier. It may take me some time to check ones that were there longer than a year ago but I kind of know which ones they are, so you will know the date it showed up in the top 10. They will get honorable mention on the weeks that they remain in the top 10. Thanks. Carol Craven, tkandr@aol.com