Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Sarah's survey

This survey has been done to know people's individual preferences about travel.
The respondents of this survey were 10 middle school or high school teachers who have participated in the TTP program in PUFS. Though the questions of this questionnaire are very simple and we don't have many participants here, I hope this result will enable us to know a little bit about what people think of travel for the different categories.
Participants of this survey were asked if they like to travel. 8 out of 10 respondents said that they enjoy traveling very much and 2 out of 10 said they like to travel. One thing that is interesting is there was no one who said they don't like to travel. The questionnaire also asked whether they like to travel alone or with someone else. The majority of the participants would like to travel with someone else and 10% said they like to travel alone. 30% responded they like both of them. The last question was what the most important factor to choose the place to travel is. There were 5 categories - cost, attractions, safety, culture, and others. One of them choose safety, 4 said culture is the most important, and 5 out of 10 answered that the attractions of the country is the most significant factor to choose the place to travel.
In carrying out this survey, I learned that every respondent of this survey likes to travel. The data show that as people make more money and have more free time for their leisure, they try to find more interesting things to do. Travelling can be one of them. In addition, when they choose the place to travel, culture and attractions of the area were the most preferred factors. Teachers’ preference for these factors indicate they don't want to travel just for relax or recreation but they also want to experience other cultures and make their travel more meaningful.

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