Multiple-choice questions ask respondents to choose one answer from a selection of locked answers, or any number of answers if multiple selections are allowed.
3 great ways to use our multiple-choice question template
Multiple-choice questions are useful for making democratic decisions that otherwise might require a lot of debate, as respondents can answer them easily and quickly. Multiple-choice questions can be handy in a variety of scenarios; here are three examples:
Ask respondents to nominate the next feature that’ll be built (from a list of feature requests)
Ask respondents which section of an app or website could be improved (e.g. signup, search, booking)
Ask respondents demographical questions with only few answers (e.g. “Which mobile OS do you use?”)
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