This tutorial will show you how to analyze satisfaction survey data in **Excel**. Sometimes we get a list of survey data in an **Excel **worksheet. From that worksheet, we need to analyze the survey data and create a report in **Excel**. In order to make that report from **Excel **data is the main theme of this article. So, without any further delay letâ€™s see the process to do this.

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## Step-by-Step Procedures to Analyze Satisfaction Survey in Excel

Throughout this article, we will follow step-by-step procedures to analyze satisfaction surveys in **Excel**. We will use the following dataset to demonstrate all the steps. In the dataset, we have feedback on **4 **questions from different individuals. We have used **ID **numbers to specify different persons. Using this dataset we will analyze the satisfaction survey.

### STEP 1: Count All Feedback from Satisfaction Survey Data

In the first step, we will count all feedback in our dataset to analyze satisfaction survey data. We will use different **Excel **formulas in this step. Letâ€™s see the action that we will follow in **STEP 1**:

- To begin with, select cell
**C13**. Type the following formula in that cell:

`=COUNTBLANK(C5:C11)`

- Press
**Enter**. - In addition, drag the
**Fill Handle**tool horizontally to the range we want to use this formula. - So, we get results like the following image.

Here, **the COUNTBLANK function** returns the number of blank cells in the selected range of cells.

- Then, select cell
**C14**and Insert the following formula:

`=COUNTA(C5:C11)`

- Hit
**Enter**. - Afterward, drag the
**Fill Handle**tool horizontally to the range we want to use this formula. - So, we can see the result in the following image.

In the above formula, **the COUNTA function** counts the number of non-empty cells in the selected range of cells.

- Furthermore, type the following formula in cell
**C15**:

`=SUM(C13:C14)`

- Press
**Enter**. - Next, drag the
**Fill Handle**tool to the range where we want to apply this formula. - As a result, we get the number of total cells.

Here, we used **the SUM function** to sum the number of blank and non-blank cells.

- After that, create a new section to record the number of all feedback like the following image.
- Select cell
**C17**. Enter the following formula in that cell:

`=COUNTIF(C5:C11,$C$11)`

- Hit
**Enter**. - Then, drag the
**Fill Handle**tool from cell**C17**to**F17**to copy the formula.

- Similarly, count the number of feedback
**Agree**with the following formula:

`=COUNTIF(C5:C11,$C$5)`

- In the same way, we can count the number of other two feedbacks.
- So, the final result will look like the following image.

- Moreover, we will use the
**SUM**function to find the total number of feedback for a single question. - So, select cell
**C21**. Insert the following formula:

`=SUM(C17:C20)`

- Press
**Enter**. - Then drag the
**Fill Handle**tool to the range that we want to copy the formula.

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### STEP 2: Evaluate Percentages of Feedback with Formula

In the second step, we will evaluate percentages of feedback to analyze satisfaction surveys in **Excel**. Just follow the below instructions to evaluate percentages:

- First, we will increase the visibility of our dataset. To do that select row
**5**. - Next, go to the
**ViewÂ**tab. - Click on the
**Freeze Panes**drop-down and select**Freeze Panes**.

So, all the rows above row number **5 **are frozen. We are now able to scroll through row **5 **in our dataset.

- After that, select cell
**C24**. Insert the following formula in that cell:

`=C17/$C$21`

- Hit
**Enter**. - Then, format the value of cell
**C24**in percentage. To do this**right-click**on cell**C24**and select**Format Cells**>**Percentage**. - Afterward, drag the
**Fill Handle**tool from cell**C24**to**C27**to copy the formula. - Also, format the value into a percentage.

- Then, type formulas in cells
**D24**,**E24**, and**F24**like the following image.

- Moreover, we can drag the
**Fill handle**tool to get results like the following image.

- Additionally, in the step we will insert the following formula in cell
**C28**:

`=SUM(C24:C27)`

- Press
**Enter**and drag the**Fill Handle**tool from cell**C28**to**F28**. - Finally, we get results like the following image after this step.

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### STEP 3: Use Evaluated Results to Analyze Satisfaction Survey Data

In the final step, we will use the percentage value of the previous step to analyze the satisfaction survey data in **Excel**. Using the data from the previous method, we will create the final report of our analysis with satisfaction survey data. Letâ€™s see how we can do this:

- Firstly, select the header row of the dataset.

- Secondly, go to the
**Home**tab. Click on the**Copy**icon to copy the selected data. We can also press**Ctrl**+**C**to copy.

- Thirdly, open a new worksheet.
- Then, select cell
**B4**. - After that, go to
**Home**>**Paste**>**Paste Special**.

- A new dialogue box will appear. Check the option
**Values**and**Transpose**from the dialogue box. Then, click on**OK**.

- So, we can see the results in the following image. We have edited the name in cell
**B4**to**Questions**from**ID**.

- In addition, go to the
**1st**sheet â€˜**Count Feedbacks**â€™. - Copy row number
**5**that contains the**Total**number of feedback.

- Then, select cell
**C5**and go to**Home**>**Paste**>**Paste Special**.

- Again, check the options
**Values**and**Transpose**from the new dialogue box. - Click on
**OK**.

- So, we get the number of total feedback in a new column.

- Afterward, select cell range (
**B24:F28**).

- Next, go to the sheet â€˜
**Use Calculated Result**â€™. - Then, select cell
**D5**and go to**Home**>**Paste**>**Paste Special**.

- Like the immediate step check the options
**Values**and**Transpose**from the new dialogue box. - Now click on
**OK**.

- Lastly, we get results like the following image. This is the final report of our analysis of satisfaction survey data.

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## Conclusion

In conclusion, this tutorial shows how to analyze satisfaction survey data in **Excel **with different steps. Use the practice worksheet that comes with this article to put your skills to the test. If you have any questions, please leave a comment below. Our team will try our best to respond to you as quickly as possible. Keep an eye out for more creative **Microsoft Excel** solutions in the future.