Dear Survey Solutions team,
I would like to refer to answers in a list question in following single select questions. There will be just one follow-up question (for each item in the list) and therefore I do not want to use a roster (also because this is for an online questionnaire, and there will be no trained interviewers). I think a number of single questions will be more elegant and less confusing in this case (because it would eliminate the need to navigate from the roster back to the main section). Is there a way to refer to items of the list question in the question text of the following single select question?
E.g. the list question is called “quar_lat” and asks for the latin names of agricultural pests. Then for each pest in the list, I want to ask in a single select question “quar_state” if they were found dead, alive or both dead and alive.
I think I would have to fix the number of single select follow up questions by the maximum number of pests I think the respondent will enter, but I will need to use an enabling condition based on the number of items entered in the list question to determine whether the xth question is shown or not (e.g. if I think there will be a maximum of 5 pests listed, and the respondent enters only 2, I would hide follow up questions referring to items 3-5).
I looked through the forum questions, but couldn’t find anything similar.I thought it would be something like this “Please indicate whether %quar_lat,]% were found dead, alive, or both.”
Many thanks in advance!