Using quantitative questions helps you get more questions in your survey and more responses out of it. This means that the overall quality of the data is better.
Remember that the most accurate data leads you to the best possible decisions.
” Instead you could ask a closed-ended, quantitative question like in the following example. Survey respondents don’t always have the patience to reflect on what they are being asked and write long responses that accurately express their views.
It’s much faster to choose one of several pre-loaded options in a questionnaire. Even word responses in closed-ended questionnaires can be assigned numerical values that you can later convert into indicators and graphs.
Qualitative survey questions can run the risk of being too vague.