Advice & FAQ

Yes, we use a number of data presentation techniques to simplify understanding the results that we collect.

These presentation techniques include bar charts, pie charts and histograms, among others. We also pick out the key story lines or data differences. Just ask for a PPT report when getting a quote.

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We use a number of statistical techniques to analyse data, including: cross breaks, percentages, means, averages, net scores, standard deviation and perceptual mapping.

We can even go as far as conjoint, cluster and regression analysis. Good old percentages in an Excel data table usually work well though.

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It depends on how difficult the audience is to get; if you need really specific or difficult-to-reach people, it might take longer to collect results.

You’ll stand a much better chance of getting your results back the next day if you give us your final questions by 10am the day before.

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You will receive Excel data tables full of the information we’ve collected. You can also choose a presentation report (PowerPoint) of the visualised data and story take outs. We find that our comms research clients find this really useful.

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Usually within a day of giving us the final questionnaire!

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Yes. We have seen countless numbers of questionnaires, so for every project we look over it and offer expert guidance and suggestions in key areas.

We can help on relevant questions, the types of questions to use, the best wording to use, whether the questions will get your desired responses and how long the survey should be. If it’s just a bit of questionnaire tweaking, we’ll offer the advice for free.

We have a service where we can design a questionnaire from scratch too. You just need to give us a brief on the project objectives or if it’s research for content creation, give us the headlines you’d like. Chat to us for advice or ask for a briefing template

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