I conducted a pre and post survey that consisted of five questions with answers being either agree or disagree. The survey was to assess if a persons perception of Pit Bulls was improved after they interacted with it.
The first or pre survey was before the individual interacted with the dog. After they did, the respondents immediately were given the same survey (the post survey).
I now have the results of the two surveys and am uncertain how I am to conduct the $\chi^2$ test to see if there was a significant improvement in the perception of the dog?
Specifically I do not know if I am to assess each question individually or if the numbers are compiled for all questions.