The conclusion to your survey-based research should link back to your research question. Summarize the main points of your investigation. Then evaluate how your findings place themselves in regards to the initial hypothesis. Have you managed to draw clear and convincing insights, or would you recommend further research?
However, don’t turn your conclusion part into an overall summary.
Rather, highlight the most important findings and shortcomings of your research. Consider proposing further research to deepen the initial insights of your research. This will demonstrate your ability to evaluate the results critically, extract the most important insights, and see them in the broader context.
All in all, the conclusion must be the smooth finish to the main body of your work. It must round up your results reasonably and should avoid introducing any new details e.g. parts of the investigation, which you have not disclosed before. Steer clear from sentimental statements, hyperboles, or manifestos, for example: ‘My research only proves that we are all, in fact, the same’ or ‘I hope this will open the eyes of many people’. This may come across as unprofessional and naive.
But most importantly, you should be proud of yourself. You finished your project!