Typical dating profile questions
By Anthea Paul Allen & Unwin Your Personal Profile – The facts about me My full name is _____I was born on _____(day/month/date)I am a _____ citizen and this makes me feel _____ My star sign is _____ My parents are _____ I have _____ siblings (if you have them!
)I am currently at _____ school / university / college or I currently work at _____What I like about my school studies / job is _____What I dislike about my school studies / job is _____I am saving up for _____ because _____My home is in _____(place) and I have lived here for _____(years)My friends are _____ (names and descriptions)I love people who _____ (take risks / tell funny stories, etc.)My favorite activity/activities include _____ and I love to do this because _____My favorite color is _____ because it reminds me of _____I love to say _____ and my most over-used saying is probably _____My favorite meal involves _____ and my favorite snack food is _____I consider myself to be _____ (healthy/unhealthy) and fitness _____ is/is not important to me.
In essence, your survey questions branch to become two different sets of questions.
The multiple-choice survey questions consists of three or more exhaustive, mutually exclusive categories.
The dichotomous survey question is generally a "yes/no" question.
Survey Example: If you are seeking information only about product users, you may want to ask this type of question to "screen out" those who haven't purchased your products or services.
Multiple choice questions can ask for single or multiple answers.
In the following sample survey example, the respondent will select exactly one answer from the 7 possible options, exactly 3 of the 7, or as many of the 7 options (1, 2, 3, or up to 7 answers can be selected).
The following is an example of a semantic differential scale question.
Perhaps we know that Toyota, Honda, Mazda, and Ford are most likely to be purchased.
You may request that the options be ranked based upon a particular attribute. If you allow ties, several options will have the same scores.
Semantic Differential Scale Survey Example: Notice that unlike the rating scale, the semantic differential scale does not have a neutral or middle selection.
A person must choose, to a certain extent, one or the other adjective.
You got it - it is the survey questions, the question types and respondent answer types that form the cornerstones of all surveys!