This survey indicates that no disparity exists between males and females regarding Internet use.
The respondents claim that their frequency of Internet use is due to its popularity and entertainment value.
According to respondents: “We use the Internet because it is popular and provides entertainment.”
Nothing in the data suggests that this trend will be reversed in the future.
I have seen nothing in the survey to suggest that they will be able to reverse this trend in the short to medium term.
This survey suggests that a correlation exists between the frequency of cellphone use and incidents of clinical depression among selected senior high school students.
75% or 375 of the 500 respondents were surveyed; of the 9,545 senior high school students, only 75% or 7,159 of the total population were involved in this survey.
These exact quantifiers are more concise than the following vague expressions: a majority of the respondents; a large number of people; a significant proportion of those involved in the survey. Avoid using these phrases as they do not contribute to the clarity and accuracy of your survey report.