Writing about survey results

Look at the pie chart and text and do the exercises to improve your writing skills.

Instructions

Do the preparation exercise first. Then read the text and do the other exercises.

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Discussion

Have you carried out any surveys or questionnaires? What did you find out?

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Submitted by aycauzz1 on Tue, 06/07/2022 - 18:45

I've never done a survey

Submitted by TheNewGuy on Wed, 07/21/2021 - 11:04

I have carried out some surveys, but they were all restricted to just my classroom. I asked what my classmates' favorite activity is and I remember almost all of them saying they like playing video games or scrolling through social media. However, most of them played different games or used different platforms, for example, one of them said they use Instagram, while an other one said they use Twitter, or, one of them said they play League of Legends, while an other one said they play MapleStory. Another issue I had making surveys was that I didn’t include myself.
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Submitted by JohnC103 on Sat, 07/10/2021 - 02:50

Pie chart is normally use for write in percentages, unlikely with bar chart, this type of chart use to do the survey for which is more popular. This use in social, maths,...
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Submitted by Kostantinus on Wed, 03/17/2021 - 06:52

I have never carried out any surveys or questionnaires, but I was surveyed.
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Submitted by Giovannichoi on Fri, 05/15/2020 - 07:58

Of course I did in my Korean class! My teammates and I researched about this: how many bad new terms the students use a day. I was surprised when I looked at the result of this research, because about 75% of my classmates use the incomprehensible words and abuses. Only 14% try not to use that terms many times and 8% of them said they don't use those words. And the last, only 3% related they don't know any of these terms. I was totally astonished, because I didn't expected the users of the bad new terms are so many in my class! And so far, I've been trying not to us any of the terms, even the "oki-doki!".(LOL) So I became the protector of Korean since I presentated the results. Actually, I don't know about the other bad terms or abuses except few ones. And I want to reccomend everyone in the whole world not to speak something bad with your own language. It is hard to understand for the young people or the old men and not a positive. So I want to leave a message here: Everyone who is reading or reads this comment, please speak up confidently "Don't say that!" when you saw somone else using some words which make you to feel bad and annoyed.

Submitted by Elife on Tue, 02/25/2020 - 00:23

Yes, I have carried out any surveys in my school. I have find out that 10% of 100% of students surveyed, understand and speak a native language (for example; Quechua and Aymara). The respondents were 150 students.
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Submitted by DC_MAN on Thu, 04/18/2019 - 15:04

I have learned a many thing from this topic.
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Submitted by Mahira on Wed, 04/17/2019 - 08:13

I agree that it's an interesting topic but it seems to be a hard task to do and I haven't found any questions or survey.

Submitted by Kabid1234 on Tue, 04/16/2019 - 15:58

It was good
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