Which question is not a good survey question? a. don't you agree that the financial crisis is essentially over? 63on average, how many hours do you sleep per day? c. what is your opinion of educational funding this year? d. are you happy with the availability of electronic products in your state?
Option A is correct
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The correct answer would be option A, Don't you agree that the financial crisis is essentially over.
A survey questionnaire is a series of question which is set formally to be asked from a specific sample of a population to gather, analyze and interpret the data obtained from the sample population. So the questions in the survey must be structured, to the point, clear, short and straight. Survey questions are desirably closed ones and the ones which do not need much explanation by the person who is doing the survey. So the first question in this question require an explanation, and also the question is not structured, clear and to the point and thus is not a good survey question. Comparatively, the second question is more structured, clear and to the point and such questions are normally desirable in the surveys.
That is because it asks in a confusing way using Don't instead of Do you agree, and it uses the word essentially which might be observed in a different way by different people, it's not objective.