It’s a cliche by now that 2020 was incredibly disruptive to nearly every aspect of our lives. People and businesses were hungry for guidance for how to navigate the unprecedented issues that arose during the year—from the pandemic to the divisiveness over politics, racial inequity, and more.
In a world where people were grappling with these issues while in isolation, surveys emerged as a critical tool for understanding the rapidly changing thoughts, opinions, and feelings of people, organizations, and businesses in crisis. Here’s a brief look at the sheer scale of your curiosity in 2020:
- 7,006,131 surveys sent
- 68,031,182 questions asked
- 787,768,662 responses collected
- 3.2% of surveys sent were related to the pandemic