Ready and Go

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Name: _______________
Course&Year: _________
Good Day Correspondents! This survey is for our BA 12 class in regards with our Feasibility studies (FS) please do encircle your answers. THANK YOU! :)
1. How much is your daily allowance?
A. 50 B. 100 C. 200 D.Others:______
2. Do you eat siomai? A. Yes B. No
3. Are you interested to try siomai with different flavors?
A. Yes B. No
4. How much are you willing to pay for siomai? (3pcs. each serving)
A. 20 up B. 25 up C. 30 up D. Others:_____
5. How often do you eat siomai?
A. Everyday B. 4-3 times a week C. 2-1 times a week D. Never
6. Would you like siomai as rice toppings?
A. Yes B. No
7. Are you interested in fried siomai?
A. Yes b. No
8. Which flavor would you be interested to try?
A. Tocino
B. Chicken
C. Ham & Pork
D. Pork siomai
E. Others:(Pls Specify) ___________
9. Which would you prefer siomai as a snack or as a meal?
A. Snack B. Meal C. Both Feel free to suggest any siomai flavors that you’d wish to try: _____________________
Name: _______________
Course&Year: _________
Good Day Correspondents! This survey is for our BA 12 class in regards with our Feasibility studies (FS) please do encircle your answers. THANK YOU! :)
1. How much is your daily allowance?
A. 50 B. 100 C. 200 D.Others:______
2. Do you eat siomai? A. Yes B. No
3. Are you interested to try siomai with different flavors?
A. Yes B. No
4. How much are you willing to pay for siomai? (3pcs. each serving)
A. 20 up B. 25 up C. 30 up D.Others:_____
5. How often do you eat siomai?
A. Everyday B. 4-3 times a week C. 2-1 times a week D. Never
6. Would you like siomai as rice toppings?
A. Yes B. No
7. Are you interested in fried…...

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