Quantitative Study


Added on  2019-09-24

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FINDINGSIntroductionThis section provides some of the main findings of the study based on theresults that were obtained from the quantitative study. The respondents were askedvarious kinds of questions with the aim of ensuring that the research objectives weremet. This section provides the findings of the study based on the data that wasanalyzed. Demographic informationThe first questions in the questionnaire mainly sought to explore thedemographics of the respondents. Various questions were asked, which sought toexplore the demographics of the respondents. The results were as demonstratedbelow:What is your gender?FrequencyPercentValid PercentCumulativePercentValidMale2480.080.080.0Female620.020.0100.0Total30100.0100.0

Base don the gender of the respondents, there were more men (80%) that there were women (20%). What is your age?FrequencyPercentValid PercentCumulativePercentValid20-30516.716.716.731-401240.040.056.741-501033.333.390.0Over 50310.010.0100.0Total30100.0100.0

Concerning the age of the respondents, it can be noted that most of them (40%) were aged between 31-40, while 33.3% were aged between 41-50. What is your marital status?FrequencyPercentValid PercentCumulativePercentValidSingle413.313.313.3Married2480.080.093.3Divorced13.33.396.7Widow/Widower13.33.3100.0Total30100.0100.0

When it comes to the marital status of the research participants, most of them (80%) were married, while just 13.3% were single. What is your highest level of education?FrequencyPercentValid PercentCumulativePercentValidPrimary13.33.33.3High School310.010.013.3Undergraduate degree2066.766.780.0Masters and above620.020.0100.0Total30100.0100.0

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