My wife, Carrie, is currently working on her Ph.D. at the University of Texas at Austin. As part of her data collection, she is running an online survey. I’d really appreciate it if you would be willing to help by either taking the survey, or by passing it on to your friends.
What is it?
The survey is about people’s dating behaviors and relationships. In particular, she is looking for people who are currently unmarried (e.g. single, divorced, engaged - just not married).
How can you help
There are 2 ways you can help with this.
1) Pass the survey on to your single friends or family who may be willing to help out with a research project (or would at least be motivated by the prospect of a free gift card!). Feel free to either link them to this post, or invite people via email, Twitter, or Facebook. Here is some ready-to-copy text that would work well on Twitter or Facebook:
Not married? Take a survey to help out a grad student, and you could win one of 15 $40 Amazon Gift Cards! http://datingsurvey.bredowresearch.com
2) Take the survey yourself! If you match the demographics she is looking for, please take the survey. I’d really appreciate it.
What’s in it for you?
If you are planning to take the survey yourself, you could win one of 15 $40 Amazon gift cards. There is a form to fill out at the end of the survey to enter yourself in the drawing.
If you are willing to pass this along to your friends, I’ll totally buy you a beer the next time I see you! Moreover, you would win my undying appreciation!
To take the survey, just go here: http://datingsurvey.bredowresearch.com.
Thanks so much!