Survey results.

30 Sep

After a week of spamming my facebook and twitter accounts pleading for people to complete my survey, only 43 had taken on the task. I suspect many of these were political/media orientated uni friends and work mates based on the hyper-political assertions and comments made in the answer to the last question. This means the results are certainly not an accurate snapshot of the population, but are still mightily useful for what I want to do.

So, the results! Because the cheeky ‘free’ website wanted me to pay $200 to get a nice pdf of the results, here’s some screen shots of the findings.

The open ended answer for question 10 received some interesting comments. The majority wanted more impartiality and the larger issues and facts reported instead of the name-calling.

 

 

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