Last time we set up our form, took the data from that form and emailed it to an email address of our choosing. This time we're going to take the same form data, put it in a database, read the total values and display them on a page.
You'll definitely need to check out part one before you try to tackle this one. They start with the creation of the tables you'll need (with some data to fill it out) and provide the code to handle the results of the submitted survey into those tables. They follow this up with a bit of output - a look at creating the "results" page for the user (or admin...whoever) to see the latest results from the survey's questions.