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In this issue inaccurately identified conceptual design "Where You spent your vacation". The researcher assumed, in formulating this issue that the whole vacation, the Respondent stays in one place, either in house or in a tourist trip, etc. really often people spend their holidays in two places, for example, a half holiday in holiday home and second home. In these cases, the Respondent finds difficult to answer and, as a rule, chooses the two alternatives corresponding to the actual locations they vacation. But since this type of question allows only one response, selecting two alternatives to get distorted data. In the example vacation when you double the answers in the result may be that the number of vacations more than people in the organization, or that each of the employees had one and a half and even two vacations.-- The sociologist asks respondents to choose from a set of alternatives one of the most significant. For example, with whom he often spends holidays (alternatives: mainly, most often, with family, with friends, with relatives, single, etc.). The Respondent may omit the phrase "most often" or "mostly" and mark, with whom he usually spends the holidays. Again notes two alternatives. In fact, the same holiday he can spend up to lunch with the family, and after dinner with friends. The Respondent did not understand the question or did not bother with calculation and analysis with anyone mainly and often he spends the holidays, and wrote as he usually does, i.e. spend the holidays with those and with others. Inaccurate wording of the question leads to distorted responses, in this case to double the answers (increase in the number of holidays and celebrating).A feature of this question type is that the sum of the answers should contain not more than 100%. If we get double answers, we get a total of more than 100%, this means that some alternative won more votes than she is entitled to actually, i.e., we receive incorrect data. Therefore, when instructing ankestyrelsen must indicate the questions which can be given only one answer. In the preparation of questionnaires for machine processing it is necessary to view all the questions with one possible answer. In the case of double responses, the question is rejected or, if possible, corrected, ie left one answer. But the best way to formulate the question, to reduce the likelihood of double-responses to a minimum, i.e. to build it in such a way that the Respondent had no doubt that there can only be one answer.A fragment of the questionnaire.
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