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Examples of Likert Scales


Examples of Likert Scales
Examples of Likert Scales
Examples of Likert Scaled Responses Used in Data-Gathering
A variety of methods are available to assist evaluators in gathering data. One of those methods
involves the use of a scale. One of the most common scale types is a Likert scale.
A Likert scale is commonly used to measure attitudes, knowledge, perceptions, values,
and behavioral changes. A Likert-type scale involves a series of statements that respondents
may choose from in order to rate their responses to evaluative questions (Vogt, 1999).
Too little OK as is Too much
Ineffective Uncertain Effective
Not useful Some impact Useful
Will not do it Undecided Will do it
Definitely not Undecided Definitely will
Not essential Makes no difference Imperative
No Maybe Yes
Not at all Very little Some
Very hard Hard Neither hard nor easy
Yes Somewhat No
None Slight Considerable Great
Poor Fair Good Very good
Not important Somewhat important Important Very important
None A little Quite a bit Completely
Not aware Somewhat aware Usually aware Very much aware
Not knowledgeable
about
Somewhat
knowledgeable about
Knowledgeable about Very knowledgeable
about
Examples of Likert Scales
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