Question time


I have found out that I can now get closer to my readers with an online questionnaire.

I’ll start with an easy one. Please reply honestly.

4 Responses to “Question time”

  1. 1 Mike S

    Lying on the flaw?
    Alex – I think I may have spotted a flaw in your internet survey.
    You need to do an additional survey along the line of:-
    Are you ever dishonest when answering internet surveys?
    a) Always
    b) Sometimes
    c) Never
    d) Strawberry

    That should help clarify things.

  2. 2 Andy, Aviva, Perth

    What about the option that should be on all polls (including political election ballots) of “None of the above”?

  3. 3 Camilla

    Here’s another topic which I found interesting.

    The CEO of a major financial services company has left his wife and moved in with his business support manager, who is married to his European HR director. His business support manager left the company 10 days ago with a substantial payoff organised by the company’s remuneration committee. This rates an item in the Times with a lengthy quote from the company’s chairman, and is subsequently picked up by many other media.

    Is this item of interest to employees at the company?
    [ ] yes
    [ ] no
    [ ] none of the above

  4. 4 alexoutside

    Camilla – I’m sure that sort of thing never happened when I was a corporate citizen.

    Becki – apologies for deleting your comment on the same topic, I didn’t see a need to add to the publicity 😦

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