A popular method of colleting Quantitative data is surveys/questionnaires. Quantitative data is collected data in a form which focuses on numbers and frequencies rather than meaning and experience. Surveys and questionnaires are effective, reliable and appropriate ways of collecting quantitative data, especially numerical form data. As most surveys consist of ‘closed questions’, results lack true opinions and in depth description. So surveys/questionnaires are poor methods in collecting Qualitative data (collecting data which is associated with describing meaning, rather than collecting statistical data). Although on the upside Questionnaires can include some open questions, so in situations where only a small research sample in necessary, questionnaires can be good for collecting both Quantitative and Qualitative Data.