Survey of Political Attitudes and Online Behaviors

A group of researchers at Texas Tech, The University of Texas, and Yale University are conducting an online survey investigating social media use and political attitudes and behaviors.

A group of researchers at Texas Tech, The University of Texas, and Yale University  are conducting an online survey investigating social media use and political attitudes and behaviors. The survey  includes questions about how people how talk online and what other type of media they tend to use.

They guarantee that all submissions are anonymous and confidential. Any identifying information (i.e. IP address) will be deleted by the researchers upon receipt.

 

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Comments

  1. Dave Schuler says:

    Not particularly well constructed. And the web implementation is haphazard.

  2. Dave,

    Agreed. I took the survey but it reminded me that someone, somewhere needs to make better survey forms for websites

  3. James Joyner says:

    The greatest minds of Texas Tech, The University of Texas, and Yale University worked together on this!

  4. A voice from another precinct says:

    @James Joyner: Gee, I’s kinda like to think that the greatest minds of Texas Tech, U Texas, and Yale would have come up with less reductionistic and more thoughtful questions. Oh, well.

    Also, the program skipped me past the section asking for my knowledge on issues that many people may not know about. Hmmm………………….

    It could be intereting to read what conclusions the researchers come up with and why they think these conclusions matter, though. I don’t think it will be, but surprises happen all the time.