I’m conducting research on trust and the U.S. news media. I’m specifically looking to see if platform matters in trusting a news organization. I’m also looking to see if paywalls influence trust in the news media.
Trust in the media is important. Our duty is to the be the voice of the voiceless. If people do not trust us with sharing accurate and truthful information, then as a press we have failed to serve our duties.
All of the demographic information is optional. Personal information such as name and email addresses will not be published once you submit the survey. Users can opt out of the survey at any time. All questions relating to media consumption are required.
Goal: Have at least 2,000 people answer the survey from around the United States by June 21, 2013.
What happens to the data? Once the survey period ends, I will collect the data and analyze it. Depending on the results, further research and surveys may need to be conducted. Once the data has been properly analyzed, it will be published on this website (www.joegullo.net). All answers will be anonymous.
Can I opt out after my survey is submitted? Yes. This is the main reason I’m collecting names and email addresses. Email me with the name and email address you used in the survey this way I can track down your survey results.
Anyone with further questions or concerns can email me here. I will respond within 24-48 hours.
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