Contingency question refers to a survey question intended for only some respondents, determined by their responses to some other question. For example, all respondents might be asked whether they belong to Southeast Asian cultural group , and only those who said yes would be asked how often they meet to discuss matters about their problems and issues. The latter would be a Contingency question.

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