Net Promoter Score® (NPS) Question Type
The Net Promoter Score® (NPS) question is used to gauge customer, brand, or service loyalty.
The Net Promoter Score® (NPS) concept was developed by Bain & Company's founder of Loyalty Practice to measure customer loyalty. It is now used by organizations of all sizes. Net Promoter Score® can be best described as: "How likely is it that you would recommend _________ to a friend or colleague?"
A perfect score is 100. The closer you get to that number, the better your product or service is viewed.
When To Use It
When you want to gauge loyalty to a brand or service.
Net Promoter Score® questions should be paired with a single text box or multiple choice question to collect details on why the respondent chose their score. This will enable you to filter the report and quickly see why respondents are loyal or not.
Options and Settings
For this question you can choose the following:
The score shows the overall brand/service loyality. Your NPS score can be compared to the global SurveyKing data for the past 6 months. The benchmark can help you determine whether or not you're above average in terms of loyalty.
Summary results include the total count and percentage of promoters, passives, and detractors. You can filter your survey results by any of these criteria.
Individual results (displayed as a spreadsheet) will display the respondent's score below that.
Question 1 (Net Promoter Score)
How likely is that you would recommend this company to a friend to a friend or colleague?
Your net promoter score is 136 points lower than the SurveyKing average for the past six months. The SurveyKing benchmark was taken from over 7,000 surveys and averaged out for the past six months. For more information on Net Promoter® Score, please click here.