Likert Scale Definition:

A Likert scale is a popular quantitative survey question format that uses multiple Likert items to ask respondents to express their degree of agreement or disagreement with statements related to the subject under investigation. The normal Likert item uses a 5 point scale from strongly disagree to strongly agree. However, studies have shown that Likert scales are subject to a number of distortions that researchers should consider before using this format of question.

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5 Point Likert Scale

 

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