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Results of Physical Science and Physics Survey Questions

by Ron Kurtus (updated 9 February 2022)

Note: For a while, I had survey questions on the various topics. Answers were tabulated and placed in a database. That feature has been temporarily put on hold. However, you can still see the results of the survey.

Physical Science

Will learning about Physical Science be valuable to you? Yes: 633 (83%) No: 129 (16%) Total: 762
Are science classes sometimes overly difficult? Yes: 433 (67%) No: 208 (32%) Total: 641
Did you ever have an idea for an invention? Yes: 460 (76%) No: 138 (23%) Total: 598
Could you get ideas that could change the world, if there was no paper? Yes: 315 (52%) No: 288 (47%) Total: 603
Could a high school student make a scientific discovery? Yes: 520 (53%) No: 461 (46%) Total: 981
Is there too much math in the study of physical science? Yes: 273 (58%) No: 195 (41%) Total: 468
Would you like to be a famous scientist? Yes: 357 (55%) No: 282 (44%) Total: 639
Have you ever entered in a Science Fair? Yes: 191 (45%) No: 232 (54%) Total: 423
Would you like to try a dangerous experiment? Yes: 384 (82%) No: 81 (17%) Total: 465
Is learning about physical science important? Yes: 299 (78%) No: 80 (21%) Total: 379


Does heat really flow? Yes: 436 (71%) No: 178 (28%) Total: 614
Could a space ship be powered by light rays? Yes: 375 (69%) No: 162 (30%) Total: 537
Is Physics just plain confusing? Yes: 250 (48%) No: 263 (51%) Total: 513
Have you ever had a static electrical shock? Yes: 429 (80%) No: 104 (19%) Total: 533
Could you ride a bicycle if there was no friction? Yes: 66 (14%) No: 397 (85%) Total: 463



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