Access pulling more lines than should

Im trying to write a query which pulls a list from 'Contracts' and then compares features in 'Features Report'.

So 'Features Report' contains:-
CTN     SOC
85966 MIASBES
85966 APNMYLAN
85967 MIASBES

So my query should look like:-
CTN         MIASBES    APNMYLAN
85966     X                   X
85967     X

However what is being returned is:-
CTN         MIASBES    APNMYLAN
85966     X                  
85966                          X
85967     X

My query contains:-
SELECT Contracts.CTN, IIf([Features report].[SOC]="MIASBES","x",Null) AS MIASBES,IIf([Features report].[SOC]="APNMYLAN","x",Null) AS APNMYLAN
FROM Contracts 
right JOIN [Features report] ON Contracts.CTN = [Features report].CTN;

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I dont understand why Im getting multiple lines from contract, as there is only one line per CTN.

Im using Micorosft Access to do this in.

Thank you
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Gustav BrockCIOCommented:
You could do this with a crosstabl query.
It will group by CTN.

/gustav
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0DocCommented:
Another option would be to create a second query to sum up the results of your first query

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