I am analyzing a survey.
I have a question with 6 answers (yes or no). The respondent could give 2 answers.
I have the answers analyzed with SPSS. 2 responsecapabilities giving 2 variables; created for this question.
I coupled the 2 variables en the following data came out:
choice A: 5.8%
option B: 38.2%
option C: 22.2%
choice D: 31.9%
choice E: 1%
choice F: 1%
If I have 110 surveys and the number of choosen options is 207 (some have no idea / not applicable chosen so this is no 220) what is the accuracy of the result when I go out of a 95% confidence interval?
Normaly i shoud give an interval something like option A: 3.4%-6.8%
Can you analyze it using SPSS?
I can do a T-test on the two variables separately but not in the contracted variable.
May I instance the average of both intervals or take the largest number and smallest number of intervals take both?
I want to calculate it manualy but I would absolutely do not know how to start.
Does anyone have experience with the analysis of multiple choice questions with multiple answers?
Last edited by John12
on Tue May 08, 2012 4:04 pm, edited 1 time in total.