What would you like to have for lunch?
3. Fried Rice
Let's say the result for this is:
Lunch menu preference
For the lunch menu, people responded as follows.
Jjajang 60%, Jjambbong 20%, Fried rice 10%, Udon 9% Other 1%
Are these the results of the research that make sense?
It can be either an answer or a word within a given question.
But how do people only eat lunch for Chinese? The question was called the lunch menu, and only Chinese dishes were allowed to be answered. several validity I don't know which of the elements, but I think it's a survey design that doesn't fit the validity.
Chinese food preference for lunch menu
So, what if the intention from the beginning was to find out what kind of Chinese food to eat for lunch?
The question is called the lunch menu, and the items that people can answer are made into a multi-Chinese menu. So, people have to choose from within the Chinese menu, so what about the end result of this question being the result of “Chinese food preference for lunch menu”?
In any case, in a multiple-choice survey response, people choose only the prepared items. The question is “Which Chinese food would you like to have for lunch?” From the point of view of the person receiving the ramen question, Chinese food items are also available, and one of them is selected. With this and just asking, “What would you like to have for lunch?” and showing only Chinese dishes as the choices, can you say that it is the result of the Chinese menu as the lunch menu that people prefer?
Instead of asking people a general question, and having them prepare and choose everything that can answer that question, they only want to throw in items for a specific category and choose only that. Since it is a multiple choice type, you have to choose unconditionally, and a number comes out. The investigator reports that it is a response to that particular classification for which it was originally intended.
I did not clarify the question about Chinese cuisine from the beginning, so I think the intention of the investigator and the content of the question understood by the respondent are different. In addition, if the respondent does not know that the question items are of a specific view type, the respondent may not understand this question properly and even if they respond, it will not be answered properly.
Is the above questionnaire really a questionnaire that can tell about the preference for Chinese cuisine as a lunch menu?