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Another limitation of questionnaires can be found in the structure of the method itself. Fixed-choice questionnaires generally assume an un-stated general knowledge of the topic being investigated, and force the respondent to answer questions that he or she might be ignorant of, have a different understanding of based on personal perception, or which are influenced by exogenous factors such as education, culture, age, or societal status (Hyman 1955). A questionnaire has no means of correcting this; the outcome might thus be slightly biased at best, or plainly misleading.

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