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Survey Fatigue

What is Survey Fatigue?

Survey fatigue occurs when respondents get bored, tired, or uninterested in completing a survey. This results in low response rates, incomplete surveys, and, worst of all - poor data quality. During fatigue, users are less likely to provide accurate and thoughtful answers, compromising the study.

How Does Survey Fatigue Occur?

Several factors can contribute to survey fatigue:

Signs of Survey Fatigue

Be on the lookout for these warning signs that indicate your respondents may be experiencing survey fatigue:

Combating Survey Fatigue

To reduce or remove survey fatigue, consider implementing these strategies:

By understanding survey fatigue and implementing these strategies, you can create a more positive survey experience for your respondents, leading to higher-quality data and more valuable insights for your research.

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