Last week’s Casual Fridays study filled up so quickly that many of those who wanted to participate weren’t able to. This was due to our survey provider’s limits on the number of responses. After a preliminary look at the data, it does look like it would be helpful if we could get more respondents.
Now I’ve located a survey provider that allows us to collect unlimited responses, so for $15, it seemed worth it to give this new provider a shot. If everyone likes the new survey site, we’ll ditch the old one and go with this one. However, I’d ask that if you’ve participated in this study previously, please don’t participate again.
As a reminder, here’s the description from last Friday:
#@*& it if I couldn’t come up with a shorter Casual Friday study this week. When we started doing Casual Fridays a year and a half ago, the goal was to keep them short — less than five questions, if possible. They’ve gradually expanded from week to week, but we’ve typically been able to keep to around ten questions.
But this week I came up with a *@&&ing good idea for a study that just wouldn’t cooperate with the length limits. Fortunately, the subject matter tends to be quite arousing: offensive language. What words really get you *$ing angry? Now we’ll finally be able to find out. I’ve picked out 11 of the foulest, most shocking words I can imagine, and I’m going to ask you to rate them along 5 different dimensions. There’ll be a total of 58 questions.
Click Here to participate.
(Obviously, if you think you might be disturbed by the language of this study, you’re advised not to participate — and you might not want to complete it in a public place)
You’ll have until 6:10 a.m. on Friday, April 27 to participate. Also, if you have any complaints or observations about this new survey site, please let me know in the comments.