Never jumps into 2nd elif

From the examples at the link (the cheat sheet), what example do you see in there that most closely looks like what you’re trying to do here?

This one.

>>> from django.db.models import Q
>>> above_5 = Count('book', filter=Q(book__rating__gt=5))
>>> below_5 = Count('book', filter=Q(book__rating__lte=5))
>>> pubs = Publisher.objects.annotate(below_5=below_5).annotate(above_5=above_5)
>>> pubs[0].above_5

But this method returns:

    section_1 = Sum('answer__choice_value', filter=Q(question_id__in=[133]))
    section_2 = Sum('answer__choice_value', filter=Q(question_id__in=[134,135,136,137,138,139]))
{'id': 1704, 'question_id': 133, 'answer_id': 567, 'value': '', 'notes': '', 'response_id': 113, 'section_1': 2, 'section_2': None}
{'id': 1765, 'question_id': 134, 'answer_id': 572, 'value': '', 'notes': '', 'response_id': 113, 'section_1': None, 'section_2': 1}
{'id': 1766, 'question_id': 135, 'answer_id': 576, 'value': '', 'notes': '', 'response_id': 113, 'section_1': None, 'section_2': -1}

Which seems to apply the calcs to each question rather than group the values and Sum of those.

Ok, that’s because they’re using annotate instead of aggregate in that example.

What happens if you combine those two example expressions in a single aggregate function instead of the tow annotate calls?

Thanks again, Ken. Got this working now.