## How do I analyze my survey results?

How to Analyze Survey Results

- Understand the four measurement levels.
- Select your survey question(s).
- Analyze quantitative data first.
- Use cross-tabulation to better understand your target audience.
- Understand the statistical significance of the data.
- Consider causation versus correlation.

**How do you analyze survey data with multiple responses in Excel?**

After setting up a multiple response set, you will be able to access the Multiple Response Frequencies option through the menus. To do this, click Analyze > Multiple Response > Frequencies.

**What is the best way to analyze data from a survey?**

5 ways to analyze quantitative data

- Make simple comparisons to identify customer preferences. AN EXAMPLE OF A MULTIPLE-CHOICE SURVEY QUESTION DESIGNED TO IDENTIFY USER PREFERENCES.
- Use cross-tabulation charts and graphs to compare results from different audience segments.
- Analyze scale data using mode, mean, and bar charts.

### What statistical analysis should I use for surveys?

The statistical test you can use in a survey is heavily dependent on your research objectives and hypotheses. You are free to use both quantitative and qualitative statistics depending on the nature of your data. Use of SPSS based on weighted average and mean, standard deviation and T test.

**How do you analyze survey data with multiple responses?**

The three general steps are:

- Define a set of two more responses (you cannot do step 2 without doing this step first)
- Obtain multiple response frequencies (or cross-tabs) of the set you created – this will provide frequencies and percentages of each response option by total number of responses and by cases.

**How do I separate multiple responses in Excel?**

To separate the responses:

- Step 1) Select the cells with responses.
- e.g. in the screenshot below, I selected range A4:A14.
- Step 2) Go to Data tab > click on the option Text to Columns.
- Step 3) Like in the screenshot below, check the option Comma > click on Next.

#### How do you quantify data in Excel?

On the Formulas tab, click More Functions, point to Statistical, and then click one of the following functions:

- COUNTA: To count cells that are not empty.
- COUNT: To count cells that contain numbers.
- COUNTBLANK: To count cells that are blank.
- COUNTIF: To count cells that meets a specified criteria.

**Can Excel be used for qualitative data?**

Example of Qualitative Analysis Using Excel You can use Excel to code and track themes in your qualitative data. You can create new themes and sub-themes in additional columns and clearly see what themes each participant’s responses relate to.

**How do you read survey responses?**

6 Tips for Interpreting Survey Results

- Ask the right questions.
- For open-ended questions, start broad and drill down.
- Filter for key phrases.
- Display results visually.
- Use other data to understand (and sometimes discount) results.
- Interpret through the lens of your goalsâ€”both overarching and current.