I used Survey Monkey last year for my end-of-year surveys in class. It worked well but you're limited to 100 people per survey and only 10 questions for the free version.
Have you thought about using Google Forms? You can create a survey and embed it on a webpage. The answers are automatically loaded into an Excel-type spreadsheet. I used it this year in class. You can set up either multiple-choice or short answer questions. Pretty cool!
I haven't tried the google forms before this sounds like something we may want to use. I'll look for it at google docs. I'm not good at using excel. Do I have to program the spreadsheet for it to tally?
I just went to google docs, selected a template and edited the template for our use. Looks like we can either post the survey on line or e-mail the survey. When people respond to the e-mail and submit their responses, it should tally the responses. WOW! Thanks for the help! I'm anxious to try it out.