Researchers collect data in the form of numbers, that is, they measure things or count things. Quantitative research might ask a question like how many people visit their GP each year, or what proportion of children have had a particular vaccine, or whether a new drug lowers blood pressure more than the drugs that are usually used. Quantitative researchers use methods like surveys and clinical trials.
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