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Survey fatigue is when a survey respondent gets sick of taking surveys. This can happen when a survey is confusing or too long, or simply when there have been too many of them.
Naturally, the result of survey fatigue is respondents not wanting to take surveys anymore, which prevents product teams from acquiring insights.
There are various causes of survey fatigue, including surveys that are too long and confusing, as well as survey overload. Only 9 percent of people will take the time to answer survey questions thoughtfully with another 46 percent willing to participate if the survey doesn't take too much time.
If a survey is too long, respondents can become bored and not finish it, even if they're supposed to receive an incentive at the end.