This section contains notes and answers to any of your queries that are more specific to the Survey Questionnaire for Young Residents. We can also “get away with” a more informal style here than is appropriate in a questionnaire.
Guide to types of Questions
Multiple Choice (ticking answers)
You may love or hate this type of question (or just not bothered). When analysed, your answers can tell us more than just what most people said. We can see how many people agree or even if two groups said very different things. When combined with other questions we can look for patterns. For example: if one group says something is good while another say it is not – there may be a pattern that shows us what we can do to make it better.
Open (free text)
These are your chance to write what you think. Please use whatever style is good for you. You could
- Note down one or more things as words and phrases like – “lots to do”, “not enough to do”, “pub garden”, “cricket”, “I love the quiet”, “its too quiet”, …
- Write one or more sentences explaining what and why
- Or just leave it blank if you prefer.
Answers to Your Questions
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