Develop your research question. What is it that you want to know? A good research question will tell the reader exactly what your study is about and help you maintain your focus throughout the research process.
Part 2: Develop your survey questions. Stick to what you really want to know and be sure that your survey questions will get you the answers you need.
Part 3: Conduct your survey. There are many ways to gather data. You could survey people in your daily life, email your classmates (if possible), survey your friends using technology, etc.
Part 4: Write up your results in a report using the following format:
- Introduction to the purpose of the study. Include your research question here.
- Methodology: What are your survey questions and how did you collect the data?
- Results: Put your data here in the form of a list or table.
- Include appropriate proportions or means for the data.
- Include confidence intervals for your data and what they mean in the context of your study.
- Discussion: What conclusions can you draw from your data?
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