Multiple Choice Question Type – Survey Question Types

The multiple choice question type allows you to ask a question, offer many choices, and accept only one response. For this reason, the multiple choice question is also known as the single answer or single response question type.

The multiple choice question can be used to produce branching and skipping logic as well as piping. This question type is probably the most commonly used question type in online surveys. To find out all the details, make sure to watch the video above!

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