Guidelines for Writing a Survey Report (version 1) Your report should contain three sections: Introduction: Say the topic of your survey, when and why you did it, and how many people you interviewed. What is the topic in the example report? When was the survey done? What did they want to find out? How many people were interviewed? Survey Results: Report the questions* and how many people gave each answer. Use reported speech. What questions did they ask in the example report? Give an example of reported speech from the report. Conclusion: Say what was most popular and most unpopular. Will you make any decisions or recommendations based on this information? What activities were popular and unpopular in the example report? What recommendations do the writers make about next year’s programme? *You do not need to report all the questions. Choose 3 or 4 which you think are important or interesting.
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