Marketing Research Total Of People University Table Results

408 words - 2 pages

Total
Male
Female
Base
20
10
10
100%
100%
100%
Male
10 –
50%
10
0
Female
10 –
50%
0
10
Total
Male
Female
Base
20
10
10
100%
100%
100%
First Year
8 –
40%
5
3
Second Year
9 –
45%
4
5
Third Year
3 –
15%
1
2
Total
Male
Female
Base
20
10
10
100%
100%
100%
A. Make home cooked meal
10 –
50%
6
4
B. Get a takeaway
10 –
50%
4
6
Total
Male
Female
Base
20
10
10
100%
100%
100%
Yes, with no help at all
4 –
20%
1
3
Yes, with a little help
10 –
50%
5
5
Yes, with a lot of help
5 –
25%
3
2
No, not at all
1 –
5%
1
0
Total
Male
Female
Base
20
10
10
100%
100%
100%
Chicken based meal
7 –
35%
4
3
Vegetarian based meal
8 –
40%
3
5
Meat based meal
3 –
15%
1
2
A ready-made meal
2 –
10%
2
0
Total
Male
Female
Base
20
10
10
100%
100%
100%
Weekly
18 –
90%
9
9
Monthly
2 –
10%
1
1
When requested
0 –
0%
0
0
Total
Male
Female
Base
20
10
10
100%
100%
100%
Small
15 –
75%
8
7
Medium
5 –
25%
2
3
Large
0 –
0%
0
0
Extra Large
0 –
0%
0
0
Total
Male
Female
Base
20
10
10
100%
100%
100%
Delivery lockers
2 –
10%
1
1
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