Y2K surveygreenspun.com : LUSENET : TimeBomb 2000 (Y2000) : One Thread
Hello. This is Nisha again. This time i have a questionnaire i would really appreciate if you could answer. In some of the questions i ask if you could circle the answer, but as long as you give some indication what your answer is that is fine. thank you. nisha
1)Where are you from? 2) Pick your age group a-10-15 yrs b- 16-20 yrs c- 21-30 yrs d- 30-40 yrs e- 40+ yrs 3) Do you own a computer? yes no 4) Do you think your computer is affected by the problem? yes no 5)Define the Y2K problem. 6) Do you think that most people know what the problem is? pick one a- 100% b- 75-99% c- 50-74% d- less than 50% 7)How serious do you think it is? a- nothing to worry about b- couple of days of disruption c- couple of weeks of disruption d- couple of months of disruption e- chaotic situation: a year or two of disruption 8) Do you think that the problem is serious enough to result in a recesion? Why or why not? 9) Which countries do you think will be hit the most? pick one a- First world b- second world c- third world 10) What do you think your country is doing to solve the problem 11) What do you think your country can do to improve the problem? a- run awareness campaigns b- take the problem more seriously c-educate in all levels, beginning at school d- amend the budget to be able to pay for the fixing e- work together with other companies, countries etc 12) Who do you think should take the responsiblity? a- government, politicians b- big and small cap companies c- computer programmers d- each company, country, sector are for themselves 13)Which sectors will be hit the hardest? (can circle more than one) a-electronic devices b- health care c- transportation d- financial institutions e- power supply f- water supply g- oil h- farming and agriculture i- construction 14) which sectors should be of highest priority to fix? use the same sectors named above.
15) What is some way an individual can fix the problem? 16) Do you think that Y2K will be fixed by Jan 1. 2000? a- definetly b- maybe, it may take a week or so to fix into the new year c- skeptical d- not a chance
thank you so much for taking your time to answer these questions.
-- Nisha Kumar (email@example.com), April 26, 1999
What's in it for the lab rats?
-- Mike T. (firstname.lastname@example.org), April 26, 1999.
Take your stupid survey, ram it, and then don't come back and tell us about it.
-- h (email@example.com.), April 26, 1999.
Hopefully surveys, questionaires, and phone solicitation will be the first to bite the dust. Find something constructive to do with your time.
-- agent no (privacy@don't tell.com), April 26, 1999.
Would consider answering your survey, but my boss expects me to work 2 hours/ 8 hours pay, and my other boss (wife) is even worse.
So ............... go away.
-- Jon Johnson (firstname.lastname@example.org), April 26, 1999.
Minor little question or two here.
What is this questionnaire for? Ie. where is it supposed to be published?
What group is this questionnaire imputed to represent? Ie., world population? Internet users? English speaking internet users? Forum participants? Ed Yourdon forum participents? Ed Yourdon forum participants that reply to questionnaires?
Please reply and I'll be more than happy to take your questionnaire (unless other questions that I have occur to me, which I will assume you will be most happy and gracious to answer).
-- Ken Seger (email@example.com), April 26, 1999.