A Likert scale template is a format used as a rating scale for measuring attitudes directly. Direct measurement implies that the individual is aware that his attitude or preference is being studied. The Likert scale is the most widely used rating scale indicating attitude.
Likert scales involve a question that is being asked, and they have five or seven points with strongly agree, agree, do not know, disagree and strongly disagree as commonly used options for agreement studies. Aside from measuring points of agreement, Likert scales often measure frequency, importance and likelihood. Likert scales are advantageous for research in that they do not simply require a yes or no response but instead solicit degrees of opinion or feeling to allow researchers to collect more information.