I want to know the most common preposition used to reference the subject of the survey/research.
If the subject (of research or a/the survey) is "20,000 adults in Britain", then what preposition do we use to reference them?
For example, in this sentence,
Researchers analyzed survey results from 20,000 British adults and found that those who exercised for 20 minutes each day were 40% less likely to suffer from significant levels of stress and anxiety.
Here the writer used the preposition from to reference the subject 20,000 British adults, and I am curious about the proper preposition when I indicate the subject of the survey or research like this.