Closed-ended question is a survey question that requires respondents to answer within an imposed structure. In interviews , it is a question that can be answered specifically, for example, by yes or no or trie or false. Such questions generally require the interviewee to recall something. Moreover, Closed-ended question are survey questions in which the respondent is asked to select an answer from among a list provided by the researcher. These are popular in survey research because they provide a greater uniformity of responses and are more easily processed than open-ended questions.

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