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I am running the following in sql server 2008 query analyzer ....(I am a newbie with xquery in sql)

declare @xml xml
       set @xml =
       '<dataextract>
            <organizations>
                  <organization id="128313" name="GVC" type="Unit" />
            </organizations>
            <questions>
                  <question id="360" text="Info: What Prompted Your Visit?" />
            </questions>
            <participants>
                  <participant id="D1CE7DB6CB261B815CD1D3F21BB8E252" orgid="128313">
                  <attributes>
                        <attribute name="Organization">GV</attribute>
                              <importedattribute name="First Name" id="FirstName" datatype="Char">VERINO</importedattribute>
                              <importedattribute name="Last Name" id="LastName" datatype="Char">MESSERE</importedattribute>
                              <importedattribute name="Email Address" id="EmailAddress" datatype="Char">golfvj@test.com</importedattribute>
                              <importedattribute name="Date In" id="ServiceStartDate" datatype="Date">2014-08-10T00:00:00</importedattribute>
                              <importedattribute name="Loyalty ID" id="LoyaltyID" datatype="Char">7000482</importedattribute>
                              <importedattribute name="Loyalty level" id="LoyaltyLevel" datatype="Char">3</importedattribute>
                              <attribute name="Sent Date">2014-08-12T14:15:59.403</attribute>
                              <attribute name="Submitted Date">2014-08-13T00:00:00</attribute>
                              <attribute name="Survey Score">61.046511627906973</attribute>
                        </attributes>
                  <responses>
                        <response questionid="360" orgid="128313">Pleasure</response>
                        <response questionid="10306" orgid="128352">50</response>
                  </responses>
                  </participant>
                  </participants>
                  </dataextract>'

 select

                   tab.col.value('(@LoyaltyLevel)[1]', 'nvarchar(100)') LoyaltyLevel,
             tab1.col1.value('(@questionid)[1]', 'nvarchar(100)') questionid,
             tab1.col1.value('(@orgid)[1]', 'nvarchar(100)') orgId,
                   tab1.col1.value('.', 'nvarchar(100)') response
         
       from @xml.nodes('/dataextract/participants/participant/responses') as tab(col)
         cross apply col.nodes('response') as tab1(col1)


I am getting

LoyaltyLevel      questionid      orgId      response
NULL              360                     128313      Pleasure
NULL              10306             128352      50


I would like it to make changes so that it includes the loyalty id that the question is associated with


so that the results are

LoyaltyLevel      questionid      orgId      response
-----------------------------------------------------------------
7000482              360                     128313      Pleasure
7000482              10306             128352      50
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