Nathan (gemsling) wrote,

UOotD: Poor survey design makes for poor results

One of the questions in a work survey asks:

How important is it to you that your immediate manager talks to your team about:
[list of information areas]

All good and well, but they copied the answers for the radio buttons from a previous question – "how would you rate your immediate manager's communication skills when providing you with information about", so if something is/isn't important to me, which of these do I pick?

Excellent, Above Average, Average, Below Average, Poor

Proofread, people!
Tags: usability

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