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Satisfy your curiosity—find out what others really think. And have a little fun while you’re at it. There are plenty of fun surveys and funny poll questions you can send out to family, friends or even colleagues to lighten the mood and get people talking.

  1. Test pop culture knowledge. Who won the last season of the Great British Bake Off and what was the winning bake? Who was recently eliminated from I’m a Celebrity? Who won Eurovision in 2020? A survey like this can be a real laugh. Poll your colleagues, family and friends to find out who reigns supreme when it comes to pop culture knowledge.
  2. Event planning. Use surveys to plan all sorts of events, from family gatherings and celebrations to city breaks with friends. This way you can be sure you’ve asked everyone about venues, activities and food and drinks. And it will save you from having to remember multiple preferences and requirements—was it Aunt Phoebe who’s vegan? And Mo who loves Edinburgh? Send out an event planning survey today to save on both time and sanity.
  3. Get to know your colleagues. With more of us working from home than ever before it can be hard to connect, especially for those starting a new job. Why not use a survey to help team members get to know each other better? It could be part of an away day, social event or a less formal approach to a team meeting. Make it light-hearted with things like “guess the baby photo” or general knowledge; or make it specific to your work with trivia about the organisation.
  4. Encourage lively debate. Where exactly does “The North” begin? Manchester? Middlesbrough? That’s sure to provoke some lively discussion between northerners, southerners and everyone in between! Tea or milk first? Is a Jaffa Cake a cake or a biscuit? There are plenty of quirky questions you can ask to get people chatting.
  5. Organise sweepstakes. Use SurveyMonkey to organise sweepstakes for the football world cup, Eurovision, cricket world cup, or whatever you like. Make it fair and entertaining.
  6. Home renovation brainstorming. Planning a DIY project or a floor to ceiling makeover? Crowdsource it! Survey friends and family for ideas, preferences and opinions on designs and colours—you never know what you might get. Maybe they’ll even offer to help.
  7. Quiz night. Where does a chip barm come from? What about a parmo? Or go global with questions like “which country invented chess” or “what’s the capital of Azerbaijan”. Put together an entertaining quiz to test your friends’ knowledge—from regional specialties to global awareness.
  8. Current affairs. Are you and your family up-to-date with the news? Where do your friends stand on the latest political debate? Find out with an enjoyable political survey or a quiz.
  9. Blogging and writing. Use surveys to gather original research to back up your articles, essays, blogs—or really any type of content. Read our free guide to find out everything you need to know to use surveys for researching your chosen writing topic.
  10. Encourage healthy competition. Whether your friends are music enthusiasts, cricket mad or total science nerds, why not put together some funny surveys or funny poll questions around your favourite topics and see who comes out on top?

All work and no play makes for a very dull day. So get a little creative with your surveys. Use SurveyMonkey survey templates to create fun surveys, polls and online questionnaires that build relationships, generate ideas and keep you connected.

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