• Completion rate
  • Response rate

Terms like response rate and completion rate are frequently used by marketers and surveyors. Because of their similarities, it is quite easy to confuse the two. Here we will try to understand what the two terms actually mean and how they are related—but actually quite different—when it comes to surveys.

The key similarity between the response rate and completion rate is this: the higher the rate, the better the survey's results and outcome.

So let's dive into the two concepts and see how they influence your survey's sample rate and statistical accuracy.

Now that you are aware of the differences between the response rate and completion rate, you can start viewing your survey success rates with a fresh lens.

Start surveying away!


Sangeeta BoseContent Writer - Zoho Survey

Posted on:  August 10, 2020

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