I wanted to see if there is a significant number of the respondents who answered at least "agree" from the scale.

I used one-sample chi-square from SPSS (I am not sure but apparently it uses Chi-square for goodness of fit.)

My understanding is that if the null hypothesis is rejected, then it means that the trend of the responses are actually geared towards "agree" and not evenly distributed among the other responses, and that the trend is significant.

Did I follow a good path? I only have basic understanding of statistics for research.