Questionnaire Template Examples
If you’re looking for a questionnaire template or sample survey… look no further!
Quick and customisable templates for your next questionnaire
Need to create an online questionnaire quickly, but need a little help? Not sure what questions to put in your questionnaire and need some suggestions? Our questionnaire template list provides you with a great selection of pre-built questionnaires and sample surveys so you can have a survey live in minutes.
Find a questionnaire template from the list below and use as is, or, customise it to suit your needs. You can add additional questions, edit questions, remove questions, change the questionnaire template look and feel, and even add your own branding . Tweak it until it’s perfect!
If you can’t find the questionnaire template you’re looking for, then it’s just as straightforward to create a survey from scratch. Simply sign up here, click ‘create a survey’ when you’ve logged in and away you go. Our support team is also ready and waiting if you need some help or you can book a live online demo.
The advantages of using a questionnaire template
There are many advantages of using questionnaire templates. Let’s look at some of them.
You don’t need to design it yourself
Most templates come with a premade layout, which means you don’t need to spend a lot of time on questionnaire design. Whilst there are other ways to create lists of questions, they can often look unprofessional.
Using a template means you can focus on asking questions and getting results instead of choosing the right layout and planning your formatting.
More time to focus on your business
Let’s face it, very few of us enjoy planning out documents. Instead, we’d rather choose a convenient option so we can focus on building our business. The great thing about templates is you don’t need to worry about creating your questionnaire.
The main aim of questionnaires is to gain valuable insights about your customers, so you can use them to improve your company. Saving yourself some time by using a template is a definite advantage.
You can use pre-existing templates
If you’re not sure which questions to ask, you can choose from pre-existing survey templates for your industry.
This is beneficial if you want to conduct a thorough study because instead of second-guessing, you can be confident that the time to invest in your questionnaire will be rewarded with usable data.
Things to consider for your questionnaire
There are lots of things you should consider for your questionnaire, but the most important is the presentation and the questions.
The layout of your questionnaire
Your layout depends on three significant factors:
Length: How long is your questionnaire? If you’re only asking five or six questions, you might prefer a simple list format, but long-form surveys might need more formatting.
Further reading: How many questions should a survey have?
Presentation: People are more likely to fill in your questionnaire if it looks professional. Think about including your company logo and any imagery you feel supports your research.
Question progression: How you plan your questions is everything. It would help if you aimed to guide participants through your questionnaire and section them off according to their relevance. For example, if you’re asking someone about their health, keep physical and mental questions separate.
The types of questions
You don’t have to stick to one set of questions in your questionnaire. You can ask questions in a range of formats including:
Closed questions – Often require one-word answers such as yes or no (read more about closed questions).
Open-ended questions – Great for finding out detailed information from your participants, open questions often ask “what” and “why” (read more about open questions).
Multiple choice – Often give participants numerous choices such as age ranges, or services they use.
Imagery – Instead of text-based questions, participants are given a range of pictures to choose from.
Scale questions – These types of questions are prevalent in healthcare studies. For example, a depression questionnaire might ask participants to rate how much energy they have on a scale of 1-10.
Create a questionnaire
We hope you now have an idea about how using questionnaire templates can benefit you. The most important use of a questionnaire is to let you learn more about your customers, products, employees and competitors. If you’d like help with your questionnaires or surveys, contact us today, and we’ll help you get started.
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