Principles Questionnaire Design

June 23, 2011

Principles questionnaire design is used as guideline when formulating questions that need to be presented in a questionnaire. The principles clearly state that the questions must relate to the objectives of the research. What is more, the questions must be formulated in such a way that the respondents can understand them easily. The principles questionnaire design also gives a guideline as to how the questions need to be formatted so as to ensure that entry errors are minimized greatly. It also gives a guide to ensure that questions do not encourage biased responses.

Below is a sample principles questionnaire design

Sample Principles Questionnaire Design

Name _____________________

Age ______________________

Occupation ________________

Date ______________________

What is your annual income?

Less than $10000

$10000 – $20000

$20,000 – $30000

$30000 – $500000

More than $50000

You have received a salary raise in the past

Three months

Six months

One year

Never

Do you have health benefits?

Yes _____________   No _________________

Do you have pension benefits?

Yes _______________ No _________________

What other benefits do you have? (List below)

_______________________________________________________________________

Answer the next group of questions with Strongly Agree, Agree, Disagree or Strongly Agree

Your salary matches your job responsibilities

___________________________

Your salary is enough to sustain your family needs

___________________________

The organization’s pay structure is excellent

___________________________

Salary raise is determined fairly

___________________________

You are satisfied with the influence your supervisor has on your pay

___________________________

The company’s pay policies are consistent

___________________________

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