In this article, you'll learn how to find your survey results, access specific respondent profile.
Table of contents:
1. Viewing survey results
Viewing survey results
Once your survey has gone live and you've collected responses, you can view them in the Analysis. Access analysis by simply clicking Results on the survey in the main dashboard.
Or from Edit > View Results
Under the Survey Results, you can see a general overview of your survey and all your questions. You will be able to view each question type in their individual analysis format; bar charts, pie charts, word clouds, etc.
A glossary of elements in general overview:
- Response rate: The percentage of people that responded to your survey. It is calculated by the number of responses/number of total views (unique views in website surveys) x 100. Having a high response rate will give you better insights.
- Responses: Number of times your survey has been started, in other words, collected response to its first step.
- Last response: The time of the latest response to your survey.
- Completion rate: The average number of answered survey questions for all respondents divided by the total number of survey questions: for example, the completion rate of 43% means that if the survey has 10 questions in total, respondents tend to answer 4.3 questions on average.
- Total views: How many times your survey was seen – regardless of collecting a response.
- Unique views: (website surveys) the number of different people who viewed the survey, as some people may have viewed it more than once.
Accessing respondent's profile
In the Survey Respondents tab, you can analyze responses one by one by clicking on the response. Discover the ins and outs of each response given:
In order to see all the information about the respondent, pick a profile, open a menu by clicking three dots icon on the right:
Narrow down your survey results using analysis filters, and export your results with the applied filters.
Download your results in CSV or XLS format to analyze in programs such as Excel.
Get survey responses to your inbox on daily, weekly, and monthly frequencies.
Remove your test answers from your survey, so they will not have any effect on your survey analysis.