A non-comparative Likert scaling technique was used in this survey

3.2 Research Instrument A non-comparative Likert scaling technique was used in this survey. The questionnaire is divided into 4 sections: customer information, marketing mix model, customer perception and motivating factor. The demography variables measured at a nominal level in Section 1 include gender, ethnic, marital status, age and how often do the respondents shop at … Continue reading “A non-comparative Likert scaling technique was used in this survey”

3.2 Research Instrument

A non-comparative Likert scaling technique was used in this survey. The questionnaire is divided into 4 sections: customer information, marketing mix model, customer perception and motivating factor. The demography variables measured at a nominal level in Section 1 include gender, ethnic, marital status, age and how often do the respondents shop at the specific retail store.

A typical test item in a Likert scale is a statement. The respondent is asked to indicate his or her degree of agreement with the statement or any kind of subjective or objective evaluation of the statement. In Section 2, a six-point scale is used in a forced choice method where the middle option of “Neither agree nor disagree” is not available. The questions comprise four attributes such as product, price, promotions, place/distribution; six questions are allocated for each of the 4Ps.

Section 3 evaluates customer‟s perception using the same scale as practice in Section 2 whereas Section 4, the last part of the questionnaire measure the factor that motivates respondents the most to patronize the specific retail store using the nominal measurement. Simple random sampling technique is used in the research.

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