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Single Answer Question
Single Selection, or Single Answer Questions are questions where a user is asked to pick only one answer, from a pre-determined set of responses of at least two or more options. They are one of the most common question types, and are effective in determining a user’s primary preference, among a set of choices.
Why are they a good choice?
- Close-ended questions – you provide answers that a user may not have thought of,
- Easy to analyze results quantitatively,
- Easy for participants to respond to on mobile devices, and stay engaged.