Conduct research

Reporting survey results

STEP 7. Analyze the data

The complexity of data analysis required for survey results depends on the depth and formality of the study being conducted. [more]

STEP 8. Determine findings

From your data analysis, summarize the findings in relation to your research question(s) or hypotheses and to previous research findings. [more]

STEP 9. Report results

Make sure to give primary emphasis to the results that relate to the research questions of your study.  Also discuss what practical or theoretical implications can be drawn for your findings, any major shortcomings or limitations of the methodology used, and directions or suggestions for future research. [more]

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