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Lets take a look at a practical way of visualizing survey results in Excel, especially those that follow a typical Likert format such as employee surveys that have responses going from strongly disagree to strongly agree or even simpler ones with just disagree, neutral, and agree. This is sample survey data that we want to visualize. So we have statements like I feel valued in my team, The work is distributed evenly in the team. In this case, for example, 4 people said they strongly disagree. 32 people agree with that. So based on this, I want to create a quick chart to visualize this. One option is to insert a stacked bar chart. By default, its giving me these categories on the axis. I actually want to see my questions on the axis. I have to go to Select Data and switch the row and the column. Thats one way of visualizing the survey data. Now, another method, as specified by Jon Peltier, is to use a diverging stacked bar chart. It centers the neutral responses in the middle. This m