# Correct survey choice order effect

I have a survey question that had yes/no answers only. The order of yes-no, no-yes was randomized. The results showed some order effects. Respondents tended to choose the first option. For example, they choose "no" in the "no-yes" order when the real answer could be "yes". The distribution of the answers are shown below.

Is here anyway I can estimate the true distribution of yes/no answers?