Crosstab reports let you choose questions and answer choices to display in a data table for easy comparison across multiple questions. A crosstab displays how many times an answer choice was selected, the percentage of responses, and the total number of responses per answer choice.
If you want to compare two or more answers from a single question, you can use a compare rule. Crosstab reports are best for when you want to compare multiple questions and answer choices all at once.
Crosstab reports can display all of the data from your survey or you can apply a Saved View to break down your survey results even further.
If you edit a Saved View after using it in a crosstab, the settings won't automatically update–you need to recreate your crosstab report.
To create a crosstab:
You can select the following question types to display in a crosstab: Multiple Choice, Checkboxes, Dropdown, Image Choice. If you're buy responses through SurveyMonkey Audience, you can also use the demographic information in your crosstab report.
Crosstab reports aren't available for surveys with more than 100 questions.
It's not possible to apply a Saved View that includes Compare or Show rules to a crosstab report.
Crosstabs don't support Combined Filters.
When creating a crosstab, you can add up to 5 questions to the columns, and up to 10 questions to the rows.
To edit a crosstab report:
If you want to share your results with people, you can publish and share your crosstab report. If your survey is still open and collecting responses, the report will update automatically as more people take your survey.
To share a crosstab report:
If you need to remove access to your crosstab report after you share it, turn sharing off by clicking the Link sharing toggle again. Then, the report won't be available when someone visits the link or refreshes their browser.
You can download your crosstab report as a CSV file.
To export a crosstab report: