Lisa works in Human Resources at Widgets, Inc. Lately, she’s heard rumblings that employees are unhappy with their supervisors, but she’s not sure why. Determined to find out what’s going wrong, she sets up...Read More →
Multiple choice questions are elemental to survey writing. They’re versatile, intuitive, and they yield clean data that’s easy for you to analyze.
Since they provide a fixed list of answer options, they give you structured...Read More →
Do you read the SurveyMonkey blog? Yes or no?
Well, since you're here, we feel pretty confident that you'd answer yes. So what's the problem? Well, we're not sure why you read the blog. Or...Read More →
It’s August 6th—a mere 459 days until the 2016 presidential election. And with the first Republican presidential debate tonight, the race is heating up.
Before the candidates dig into one another, we’re sharing new data...Read More →
Even if you have the perfect survey, ultimately the success of your survey is in the hands of your potential respondents.
But don’t worry—you aren’t completely reliant upon their will. There's something you can do...Read More →