Looking for a software solution that allows survey respondents in the field to indicate locations on a map in response to survey questions.
This is the scenario I've been tasked with researching: pollsters go out into the field with tablets, running both iOS and Android, to administer surveys to individuals. (Think a more high-tech version of handing out clipboards with surveys for people to fill out). People tap/type on the tablets to answer the questions.
However, some of the questions would ideally be answered not in text-style, but by clicking on a map: for example, if the survey was about nightlife, a question might ask, "Where are your favorite nightlife districts?" and instead of choosing from a multiple choice/typing in the answers, the recipient could simply tap on a map to indicate the location of these areas, which would then get recorded.
I'm wondering if there might be some kind of Esri/ArcGIS product, mobile app, or some other software solution that would allow us to do this. This is in a corporate context so price is not an issue (in that it doesn't have to be free). In terms of professionalism/features, the type of solutions that I am looking for would be things analogous to Qualtrics
or Droid Survey