We're two scrum teams in an office of about 15 teams, within a wider global company. As things go, our office is a relatively small player from a global company scale point of view.
Quarterly, all teams within our office are required to fill in a survey detailing how we feel things are going. This is anonymous, and the results are unique for each team (the same questions are asked for each team).
Our team has had consistently poor survey results since the survey started.
It has come to our attention that all survey results are published on a company-wide Confluence page, with the exception of our team. Our results are explicitly marked as hidden.
Looking at the results of other teams, we can clearly see that our team is far less satisfied with how things are than other teams, but that metric is hidden to everyone else.
We have a high rate of attrition from our team, which can be attributed to why we score so low in the survey. We're in no way happy that our results are being hidden from everyone else. It seems like we're being censored to prevent other people from being dissuaded from joining our team.
As team lead I feel like it is my responsibility to escalate this to management.
How can I do so professionally?