Below are just some examples of what students thought worthy of asking:
When a Google Form is created, answers are collected in a spreadsheet. Each row holds someone's answer. First and second graders learned to tell the difference between their survey and spreadsheet. They "viewed the summary of results" which looked like a pie (or pizza) chart. They copied the data down onto their recording sheet so they could make yet another representation.
It was really exciting seeing which option got the most votes and which got the fewest. It was also interesting to discuss why this might be and what variables may have influenced the audience's answers! Who knew data could be this much fun?!