Introduction to Survey Analysis

The Summary Report Overview Video:

The Summary Report Explained

The Summary Report is a visual representation of your survey results whereas the cumulative results of each question are overlaid on top of your question.  The summary report can easily by shared simply by sending the URL of the report, and results are displayed in real-time as surveys are submitted.  

The title page of your summary report contains basic metrics such as how many people started your survey, how many people completed your survey, and the completion rate.

Summary Report title screen example:


Summary Report Visualizations

Each question type has a pre-built visualization associated with it, so all your survey questions will get a simple, beautiful, shareable data presentation that updates live on the web. Below is an example of a visualization of the Multiple Choice question type

Multiple Choice question type example:

You can see further details of all question types presented in the summary report in the article:  Understanding the GetFeedback Summary Report

Analyzing the Detailed Results

As an audience responds to a survey, email notifications alert a user in real-time as the surveys are submitted.  When it comes time to see the detailed results and understand how a survey will impact the organization, GetFeedback provides real-time detail analysis tools.  Furthermore, survey results can be exported as an Excel or CSV spreadsheet file for more detailed analysis or integration to 3rd party systems including marketing apps, email service providers or CRM applications.

When navigating within a survey, selecting the "Results" tab at the top of the screen and then clicking "Responses" will display the detailed survey results as shown above. The remainder of the page is dedicated to displaying the detailed results.  The results are sorted in order, with the most recent survey response at the top of the page.  Individual responses to questions are displayed on the page from left (first question) to right (last question).  It should be noted that the page will scroll horizontally for access to all questions and responses.  Scrolling down the page vertically will automatically load past responses.

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