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What does NAND stand for?

NAND stands for Neither Agree Nor Disagree (surveys)

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The research covers a range of topical issues and the extent to which industry professionals agree or disagree with each of the areas below (using a five point semantic scale - strongly agree, tend to agree, neither agree nor disagree, tend to disagree, strongly disagree).
[ ] Strongly agree [ ] Agree [ ] Neither agree nor disagree [ ] Disagree [ ] Strongly disagree Relevant to your work?
The results sent to the Government show: 35%do not understand the new system of VED; 70% agree that having a VED system based on CO2 will influence the type of car purchased; 59% disagree that all cars registered from 2001 should be subject to the new tax system; 56% say the new system for post-2001 cars should be stopped (22% neither agree nor disagree, 19% think it should go ahead); 58%have not seen information about changes relevant to post 2001 cars; 82% agree that road tax is being used as a stealth tax; 35% agree that the new showroomtax willmake a difference to the types of cars people buy, 48% disagree; and 77% agree that backdating the road tax changes will damage the value of some used cars meaning that people will keepolder cars for longer.
56% say the new system for post 2001 cars should be stopped (22% neither agree nor disagree,19% think it should go ahead).
36 All others (3) 52 12 36 Hours of professional development for computers No professional development 47 10 43 Up to 16 hours 65 7 28 17 hours or more 61 8 32 Agrees with "I am reasonably familiar and comfortable with using computers" Strongly or somewhat agree 60 8 32 Neither agree nor disagree 53 14 33 Strongly or somewhat 48 8 45 disagree Student-to-computer ratio (4) With computers in classroom Less than 4 69 8 23 4 to less than 8 67 6 27 8 to less than 16 62 3 35 16 or greater 55 5 40 No computers in classroom 39 13