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Questionnaires | Questionnaire Design

Market research companies specializing in the construction and design of questionnaires used as part of a research project. Select a firm that offers questionnaire design services for a variety of interviewing methods: telephone, mail, personal in-home, in-store, etc.

20 results are displayed in randomized alpha order, starting with "L", after featured listings.

Snap Surveys
Snap Surveys

Formed in 1981, Snap Surveys has established itself as one of the leading providers of survey software, services, and customized feedback solutions.

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YouGov
YouGov

YouGov is a global market research and data company and is considered a pioneer of online market research.

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