Thu 14 Apr, 2016 10:36 am
We conducted a survey on 50 KMUTT students to find out if they think UBER will be better for Thailand in term of alternative transportation mode. Based on the survey result, we can infer that 24% of the KMUTT students do not know about UBER, 64% of the KMUTT students know very little about UBER, 8% of the KMUTT students know moderately about UBER and 4% of the KMUTT students know a lot about UBER. Of the 64% who know very little about UBER, 24 of the KMUTT students are male and 8 of the KMUTT students are female. Moreover, of the 24%, there are only 4 KMUTT male students do not know about UBER as compared to KMUTT female students 8. This goes to show that KMUTT male students are more aware of the UBER existence than the KMUTT female students.
The following analysis will be on the students’ opinions if UBER should be legal in Thailand and the reasons on why it should be legal. Out of 32 KMUTT male students, 20 of them think that UBER should be legal in Thailand. While 11 of them think otherwise, 1 KMUTT male student prefers not to comment. On the contrary, 14 KMUTT female students think that UBER should be legal and 4 of them think UBER should be illegal in Thailand. The top 3 reasons KMUTT male students think are safe (16 picks), the drivers are polite (11 picks) and convenience (9 picks). In the same way, KMUTT female students pick safe (12 picks), convenience (5 picks) and the drivers are polite (4 picks). We can conclude that majority of them think that UBER should be legal in Thailand since it brings various benefits to the nation.
Next, we will find out whether KMUTT students prefer UBER to taxi. From our finding, we can infer that 14 out of 32 KMUTT male students and 12 out of 18 KMUTT female students prefer UBER to taxi. Therefore, we can conclude that a large number of students prefer UBER.
In this paragraph, we will determine which mode of transportations KMUTT students perceive highly of. According to the result, most of the KMUTT male students rank UBER as their first choice, BTS as their second choice and Bus and MRT as their third choice. However, most of the KMUTT female students rank BTS as their first choice, UBER as their second choice and Bus as their third choice. Thus, we can conclude that majority of KMUTT male students prefer UBER while majority of KMUTT female students prefer BTS.
Why do you spell "Uber" all in capital letters?
In spite of the stupid vote-down, I would still like to know. Uber is not an acronym.