Open Questions

Open Questions

  • More likely to receive an elaborate answer
  • Potential downside: respondent is in control of conversation and may change subjects
  • There’s nothing intrinsically good or bad about using open or closed questions
  • It’s possible to answer a closed question with a long rant or reply to an open one with a single word

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