Multiple Choice is a simple closed-ended question type that lets survey takers select one answer from a defined list of choices.
Survey takers will be able to choose one option from a list of answer choices you provide.
When you create a Multiple Choice question you can limit or require a certain number of choices. If you use this option, we recommend updating the error message so people know how to answer the question.
To add a Multiple Choice question to your survey:
Before you send out your survey, preview the survey design to see what your survey will look like to people taking it.
Under the Edit, Options, and Logic tabs, you can further customize the question in the following ways:
Every chart type is available for this question type, except the Gauge Chart. The depth display option lets you to choose between the following chart views:
If you show Weighted Averages, we apply weights to each answer choice. The weights match the order of the answer choices in your survey design, and can't be changed.
The rating average is calculated as follows, where:
w = weight of the answer choice
x = response count for the answer choice
|(x1w1 + x2w2 + x3w3 ... xnwn) / Total response count|
If you want to share your results with others, you can share your exports or create a Shared Data page. Learn more about our sharing options: Sharing Survey Results.