Anyone who has a Google id (gmail, YouTube, Google Docs, etc) can easily make and embed a survey in a blog, wiki or webpage. (If you don't have a Google id, it only takes a few seconds to set one up. You'll need to do this before you begin.)


This video also shows you how you can make a survey:




Google Forms explains how it's done:


**==Forms: Creating forms==


You can create a form from the Docs list or from any spreadsheet.

Creating a form from your Docs list:

  1. Click Create new > Form.
  2. In the form template that opens, you can add any questions and options you'd like.
  3. Click Email this form once you've finished adding your questions.
  4. Add the email addresses of the people to whom you want to send this form.
  5. Click Send.

Creating a form from a spreadsheet:

  1. Click the Tools drop-down menu, scroll to Form, and select Create a form.
  2. In the form template that opens, you can add any questions and options you'd like.
  3. Click Email this form once you've finished adding your questions.
  4. Add the email addresses of the people to whom you want to send this form.
  5. Click Send.
  6. The next time you open the form, a Form menu will appear in the menu bar.
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Here's what an embedded survey looks like:




You can also use tools such as SurveyMonkey, Poll Daddy and Poll Everywhere:






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