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Survey design tip: scales

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Likert. Likert-style. Positive. Negative. Words. Numbers. There is so much about scales for surveys that can be so confusing when you get right down to it. Truth be told, choosing the right scales and right scale setup for your questions in your survey can be both easier than expected and tougher than expected. Let’s look at how scale selection and… Read more »

Writing unbiased survey questions

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Last week, I wrote about the most important step for survey writing: acquiring a razor-sharp focus for the study being designed. At the end of that post, I promised that this week’s survey design tip would focus on some tips for writing survey questions. With that in mind, let’s look at the first set of tips to address what I… Read more »