Closed-Ended Questions

A closed-ended question is a question format that limits respondents with a list of answer choices from which they must choose to answer the question. Commonly these type of questions are in the form of multiple choices, either with one answer or with check-all-that-apply, but also can be in scale format, where respondent should decide to rate the situation in along the scale continuum, similar to Likert questions.
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    … Crafting the perfect survey question isn’t just about what you ask; it’s also about how you ask the question. The types of questions you decide to use can have a major impact on the insight you’re able to gather, and could be the difference between an online survey that helps you make a more informed business decision and one that leaves you…

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