How a survey question is put can affect the responses received. This is important for how surveys are interpreted, and what inferences about the population (such as the general public) can be made.

This article looks at compound questions, acquiescence bias, and alternatives to agree-disagree question formats.

Double Barrels

On 24th September 2019, ComRes interviewed 1,027 British adults via an internet panel, about the Supreme Court ruling and other matters.