Surveys are a research method used to collect data from a large number of people quickly and efficiently. In UX research, surveys are often used to gather information on user preferences, behaviors, and experiences. Surveys can be conducted online, in person, or over the phone, and they can provide valuable insights into user experiences and needs.

UX research surveys typically include a range of question types, such as multiple-choice, open-ended, or rating scales. These question types can be used to collect different types of information from participants, and they can be customized to meet the specific needs and goals of the research.

UX research surveys can be administered to a random sample of users, or they can be targeted to specific groups of users (such as users with certain characteristics or behaviors). Surveys can be conducted by the UX researcher themselves, or they can be administered by another trained interviewer.

Surveys can provide a wealth of data for UX researchers and designers. They can help to identify trends and patterns in user behavior, and they can provide valuable insights into user preferences and needs. Surveys can also be used to validate or confirm findings from other research methods or to provide additional context for the data collected through other methods.