These reports are not comparable because the report based on all constituencies pulls from the primary constituency. When selecting one specific constituent code, it pulls based on that.



For example:


    • Suzie gave $1000 and has a constituency code of Alumni (primary) and a Board Member
    • Bob gave $500 and has a constituency code of Board Member (primary) and Alumni


    If you run the report based on:


      • All constituencies: The report is based on the primary constituency code so it would have the totals:


          Alumni - $1000

          Board Member - $500


        because Suzie's primary constituency code is Alumni so her $1000 is listed under Alumni. Bob's primary constituency code is Board Members so his $500 is listed under Board Member>
        • One selected constituency: The report is based on that one constituency. Running it for Alumni gives a total of $1500 because both Suzie and Bob has a constituency code of Alumni. The same holds true when running it for Board Member.